From CB Development:
The application's main goal is to allow dynamic and informative Side-By-Side image comparison with emphasize on RAW images and flexible means to adopt varying loading of input files. The S-B-S image comparison is the core feature which allows a user to analyze image pixels of N correlated images in the most effective way. This is achieved by selecting several images and then every action taken on one of them is affecting the entire group (comparison party).
You can use its internal I-Eval engine to manipulate and analyze you image in any user customized fashion. All actions can be quickly accessed via a compact set of hot-keys and minimal mouse actions. It's also possible to work with the application via command line and configuration file. At the screen's bottom you'll find an informative Status-bar that holds file info, image info and app modes info.
As RAW files are its primary feature, you can "train" the application to auto-open any file-name that matches your format (via reg-ex and format file input). There are many mini-features that are aimed to assist developers and image pedantic in order to analyse them as best as possible.
Version 1.0 has:
Introducing I-Eval (complementary image manipulator engine for enhanced data / image analyzing).
Extensive support for Multi-Threading.
Many critical bug fixes and minor UI / UX enhancements.