EZ Viewer 3

EZ Viewer 3 is the most complete photo manager program for viewing, printing, editing, enhancing, managing, and enjoying your photos.

EZ Viewer 3 opens and converts over 30 formats including jpeg, tiff, tif, psd, bmp, png, multi page tif, and gif files for viewing and editing.
EZ Viewer 3 is a photo management program that has great editing features like cloning, red eye reduction and a really great method for brightening a photo.
So if you are looking for a photo manager program to make your life easier then download EZ Viewer 3 today.

for Windows® 98, 98se, Me, 2000, XP Home / Pro, Vista and Win 7

EZ Viewer 3 Tutorial Free Videos

EZ Viewer 3 Video Tutorials

On this page you will find all the video tutorials that were on the Videos On CD disk. The files are avi format and are zipped to save space. To download the Video just click the videos title.


To play the AVI video samples from the Videos on CD disk below, you need Windows Media Player Version 6 or higher AND a special codec. If you don't have this codec (first time users chances are that you don't), then download the codec from the following link saving it to your computer. Then run it to install (it's small and essentially installs itself).

Click here for the codec (0.172 MB)

  • Air Brush and Text
    Using the airbrush paint tool for a creative purpose. Also, entering text into the text dialog box for positioning and rendering text into an image.
  • File Associations
    Using EZ Viewer to open particular image file types and extensions by auto-associating user selected file types with EZ Viewer as the default image application
  • Batch Processing Part 1
    Part 1 Batch Processing describes how to select user chosen image files for batch processing. The basic batch processing tasks available are introduced with an example of how to batch convert image file formats
  • Batch Processing Part 2
    Part 2 Batch Processing explains how to batch process images with regard to the tasks not fully covered in Part 1. Namely, greater detail is given to batch cropping and resizing
  • Batch Renaming
    Using the technique from Part 1 of Batch Processing on how to select files for batch processing, the options for batch renaming are explained in detail.
  • Borders
    Selecting border parameters such as shape, width, color, rotation, and edge softness for rendering into an image.
  • Clone Blemish
    Finding a blemish on a face, zooming into it, and then using the clone tool to blend it away with a another portion of the image.
  • Clone Fun
    Cloning a small portion of an image with the source area locked for a fun effect.
  • Clone Hints
    Using picture restoration to demonstrate key techniques in cloning effectively. These include continuously resetting the source area, finding repeating patterns, and cloning adjacent areas.
  • Clone Objects
    Using the clone tool to take an object in an image, copy it, and replicate it multiple times in a convincing fashion.
  • Change Background
    CHANGING THE BACKGROUND: Using the Airbrush and Color Swap Tools to mask out an original background. Utilizing the Print-to-File feature, inserting a new background that can be a filled color or gradient color, a pattern, or an user selected image.
  • Changing Aspect Ratio
    Adjusting resolution and cropping an image to a specific width-to-height aspect ratio, including automatically adjusting resolution to produce an image with a desired print size.
  • Special Effects
    Locating the effects in EZ Viewer, the different types such as motion/blur and special effects, and describing how to use them.
  • File Formats
    Setting up a default Save As location, the different methods of saving, and choosing an appropriate file format for a specific purpose of a saved image. File Compression is described here.
  • Folder Buttons
    Demonstrating a scenario of scanning an image and saving it to a default save location, setting a fast folder favorite location, and setting a copy/move button location. An image in the default save as folder can be viewed, edited, and then copied/moved to the copy/move location via the copy/move button.
  • Brightening A Photo
    Locating the RGB color control dialog box and using it to control contrast/brightness levels according to shadows, midtones, and highlights.
  • Printing
    Differentiating printing options of the single view print mode and the multi view print mode by describing the unique sizing and layout options of Multi Print.
  • Displaying Multiple Images
    Viewing two to twenty-five images in the Multi View viewing area. Different methods of populating each Multi View cell with images are described, along with how to change the Multi View Port Style layout.
  • Customize The Toolbars
    Customizing the toolbars and buttons on the toolbars in EZ Viewer. Users can make their own toolbars with the buttons of their choice with much greater variety than the default toolbars and remove buttons and/or toolbars not used often.
  • Clone From A Different Image
    Using Multi View, Print-to-File, the Clone Tool, and Cropping: Taking elements from a first image and cloning them into a second image creating a new third image.
  • Fixing Pixel Dropout
    Fixing pixel dropouts and/or Moire patterns from a scanned image, Pixel Fix repairs bad pixels and smooths out the overall image.
  • Print To A File
    Explaining the basics of the Print-to-File feature, where to access Print-to-File, what it does, and the basic options are covered.
  • Correcting Red eye
    Reducing a red eye in an image with a suggested technique of picking a normal color from the eye and using it to blend out the red, while maintaining the aesthetic character of the eye.
  • Clone - Remove An Object
    Cloning out an object from an image utilizing advanced techniques of the clone tool such as edge alignment and locking the source area for a homogeneously colored area of an image.
  • Resize An Image Basics
    Locating the Resize/Resample Dialog Box and explaining the basic controls of the resizing function including the units drop-down selector and image resolution.
  • Resize An Image Advanced
    Three scenarios regarding resizing an image: (1) Doubling image size by decreasing resolution by 50%, (2) Determining what resolution can a specific sized image be printed at, and (3) Discussing how to size images for monitor-only use such as emailing an image.
  • Printing A Single Image
    Options for printing a single image is explained covering image print size, position on paper, and text options such as titles and captions.
  • View A Single Image
    Viewing one image file at a time. Variations of how to select image files and size for viewing is explained, along with a suggested workspace layout.
  • Slide Show
    Running a slideshow from a user-selected folder of image files with user-selected options for slide durations, delays, transitions, normal or full-screen shows, and choice of audio sound track.
  • Adding Sound To A Slide Show
    Choosing mp3 from the Screen Show options and going to the mp3 Audio Player to select songs and set a global default song list and/or a default song list unique to a given folder of images for display in a Slideshow.
  • Thumbnail Printing
    Creating a list of files for printing from the Thumbnail View Window. Options discussed include row x column layout, adding and removing thumbnail image files to and from the print list, and adding text such as titling and captioning.
  • Thumbnail Viewing
    Activating the thumbnail view form a folder of image files. Variations on how to utilize the thumbnail window are discussed such as sizing the thumbnail window, selecting an image for the main viewing area form the thumbnail window, and how to update/refresh the thumbnail set in the thumbnail manager.
  • Create Wallpaper
    Creating tiles and/or wallpaper from EZ Viewer including basic tiles, 'tiling' where the tiles are blended together at the corners, and tiling a wallpaper.
  • Clone Touchup
    Using the clone tool to touch up a face: Zooming into the image, cloning at a light transparency setting, and zooming back out.
  • EZ Viewer Workspace
    Configuring the EZ Viewer user interface to the liking of the user. How to move panes, utilize Windows conventions, and selecting information pane items are discussed.