Is there any image viewer (like eog) for linux which can do the following:

Show 2 (3 or 4) images of a directory with maximal possible sizes on one page at the same time. When I click "next", it should show me the next 2 (3 or 4) images of that directory and so on.


Comic viewers (such as Comical, Comix, QComicBook, or cbrpager) usually have a double-page mode.

In addition, Geeqie has two-image modes and a quadruple-image mode. However, the sub-windows seem to be independent of each other (when you change one, the others don't change).

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Try GwenView http://gwenview.sourceforge.net/overview

Picasa is also now available for Linux to download Picasa http://picasa.google.com/linux/

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I was looking for something to replace Google Photos locally to help organize my photos.

I need to quickly browse image thumbnails and do basic edit operations like renaming, rotation and cropping, and Nomacs fit perfectly!

When you open a directory with:

nomacs .

you get thumbnails like this:

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Double click on an image and it becomes big:

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Then from there you can:

  • Shift-T: back to thumbnails
  • Left Right arrow keys: move to previous / next photo
  • C: crop with mouse. Once done:
    • Enter: apply the crop
    • Esc: abort the crop
    • Ctrl + Shift + S: save cropped image as a new file
    • Ctrl + S: overwrite original file
    • Ctrl + Z: undo edit
  • R: rotate
  • F2: rename

Here's what crop mode looks like for example:

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It doesn't support videos unfortunately: https://github.com/nomacs/nomacs/issues/191

Tested in Ubuntu 19.04, nomacs 3.12.

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