Thumber is a multi-purpose digital imaging tool -- a "Swiss army knife" for digital camera owners and imaging enthusiasts. Thumber (which runs on Windows 95/98/NT/XP/2000) automates many of the routine tasks associated with digital images. Thumber can be used to create web pages, display image information, rename files, add comments, view and edit images, and more.Although Thumber will work with any JPEG images, it includes many specialized features useful for images that are produced by digital cameras. These features take advantage of the fact that the pictures produced by most digital cameras contain more than initially meets the eye. In fact, most digital cameras store information about the image (as well as mini "thumbnail" images) within the files they produce. But, most graphic and image viewing software doesn't know how to find or read this information and ignores it. Thumber can read and display this information in a variety of ways. A web page with tens or hundreds of thumbnails can be created in seconds using Thumber -- no further HTML editing is necessary.As of 2004, almost all current digital cameras produce JPEG images that contain "EXIF" information--this can be read and understood by Thumber. Thumber can also read information from files produced by many older (i.e. 1997-1998 vintage) cameras that used the "APP12" format. Because of the rapidly increasing number of cameras it is impossible to enumerate every single model that will work with Thumber, but if your camera was purchased within the last few years, chances are good that it will work.
What's new in version 3.3.5
Thumber can now perform "batch" image processing--running multiple transformation functions on multiple images in one step.
Thumber can now remove "bad" pixels -- bright spots on images that are caused by defects in digital camera CCDs./li>
ReleaseAugust 26, 2008
Date AddedAugust 10, 2007
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT