TTNview: User's Guide
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TTNview is a single executable file. After downloading, place it wherever you like on your hard disk. You can then create a shortcut to it in the start menu or on the desktop. Alternatively, you can put it into a directory contained in your PATH to be able to call it from Windows' Run dialogue just by typing "ttnview".
Run ttnview.exe from the directory where you placed it. TTNview will show you an empty window. To start working, you have to open a directory containing some files.
Choosing directory to browse
Click "File", "Change Directory" or Press Ctrl+G.
Choose a directory containing files. Special folders (Desktop, My Computer, Control Panel, etc.) cannot be selected.
Double-click on a directory or press right arrow to open it. Click on directory name or navigate the selection by using arrow keys.
Click "Ok" or press Enter. To cancel selection, and remain in the directory currently chosen, click "Cancel" or press Esc.
Navigating directory tree
To enter a directory, double-click the directory name or navigate the selection to the directory and press Enter;
To browse parent directory of the current directory, click "File", "Up one level" or press "Backspace"
EXIF informaiton presented
JPEG files containing EXIF information are presented with picture icon. Columns to the right of the file name show:
- File size, in bytes;
- Shutter speed, a fraction of a second (e.g. 1/250) or measured in seconds (e.g. 2");
- Aperture value, or F-stop, as a fraction of the focus length of the lens. Only denominator value is shown, for example, 8 means f/8, 2.4 means f/2.4;
- ISO sensivity value;
- White balance setting (currently, only for Olympus cameras);
If a file does not contain EXIF information, or is not an image file, an empty document (white sheet) icon will be shown. Each file is analyzed, not only those having ".jpg" extension.
TIFF files are not currently analyzed.
To open a file, double-click on its name or click "File", "Open..." or navigate a selection to it and press Enter. The file will be opened in the same manner as if it would be clicked in Explorer. If a file is not associated with an application, nothing will happen.
An application opened by TTNview when a file is clicked, is not closed when TTNview is closed.
Click "File", "Exit" (this will require a confirmation)
Press Alt+F4 (this will not require a confirmation).
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