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DiffImg

DiffImg is a simple image comparison tool which takes two RGB images with the same size as input. Some statitics are computed, and the positions at which pixels differ are displayed as a color mask.

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  •  30 Mar 2014 17:02

    Release Notes: Changes the default location of the translation file on Linux ("/share/diffimg/locale" instead of "/share/locale"). Adds an OS X target (experimental). Adds Debian package files. Adds a portable option. Minor fixes.

    •  31 Aug 2013 20:38

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to add a comment to loaded images, the ability to display a difference histogram with or without zero level, and Chinese, Romanian, and German translations. It fixes finding the correct path for translation files on Linux in some cases, incorrect display on multiple screen configurations in some cases, and incorrect display of the splashscreen on Linux in some cases.

      •  19 Jul 2013 23:05

        Release Notes: This release has a new metric engine allowing easy addition of new metrics. Support for 16-bit and 32-bit mono channel images (TIFF). Adds drag&drop, a new metric "perceptual diff", gain/offset on displayed images, and an interactive "navigator" window. Slideshow mode can use files with different suffixes (e.g. compare file.png with file.jpg). Vietnamese, Swedish, and Portuguese translations have been added.

        •  08 Feb 2013 01:06

          Release Notes: This release adds the ability to save image differences in batch mode.

          •  28 Aug 2012 06:38

            Release Notes: A new mode for computing image differences (channel mean difference and lightness difference), and a fix for incorrect error number reporting.

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