Although offering few features, this program is helpful in removing red-eye from images. It is easy to use, requiring only a few mouse clicks to fix photos, and includes a small tutorial found in the help menu. It has some odd glitches, such as the lack of a minimize button in the title bar. Double-clicking the title bar reduces the program to a tiny window, but there's no way to restore it to full size, and you can't resize it. Further, it only operates in full-screen mode. On start-up, the program immediately displays an open-file dialog box, getting you right to the business of red-eye removal. However, ultimately, the program is underdeveloped, feeling much more like a beta than a release version.
RedEye allows you to easily remove any red-eye in a digital photo (caused by a camera's flash reflecting on a person's retina). After loading a JPEG file into RedEye, you can automatically remove the red-eye by simply selecting the area with your mouse. You can also slightly vary the amount of reduction of the red-color component and change the output JPEG quality. Version 1.8 keeps the original modification date of a saved photo, scrolls with the mouse, and uses an ellipse to mark a red eye.
Version 1.8 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.