Photographers, corporations and home users around the world use VuePrint to quickly and efficiently view and print images. VuePrint also includes features for cropping images, converting image formats, reducing the size of images for e-mail, and easily browsing through large collections of images (just press the space bar and backspace key).
VuePrint was first released in 1995 and has been used by millions of people around the world. It’s now a free program - use 15551888 for the serial number.
You can download versions of VuePrint in 11 languages:
- VuePrint (English)
- BeeldVue (Dutch)
- KuvaNaky (Finnish)
- Omnimage (French)
- BildShop (German)
- Vedimago (Italian)
- MeigaVue (Japanese)
- GurimTul (Korean)
- FotoGraf (Russian)
- VisioLab (Spanish)
- BildVyer (Swedish)
If you’re using Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or 64-bit XP, you might need to turn off Data Execution Protection (DEP) for VuePrint.
Because VuePrint is free, there is no technical support available.
Other Useful Files
VueSlide is a free utility for distributing slide shows on CD-ROM or floppy disk. To run VueSlide, put vueslide.exe on a CD-ROM or floppy disk along with a set of .gif, .jpg, and .bmp images. When you run vueslide.exe, it will play a slide show of these images, with a 5 second delay between images. If you put autorun.inf on a CD-ROM along with vueslide.exe, the slide show will automatically start when you insert the CD-ROM.
If you’re having problems playing movies, you might first try installing Microsoft’s latest Media Player - this installs some high-quality MCI drivers for a wide range of movie files. If you’re still having problems playing AVI files after you do this, you might need a “codec” (CODer/DECoder) for this type of AVI file. Here are some links to where you can download the latest Microsoft Media Player or a codec for AVI files:
You can diagnose problems with MCI drivers using the Media Player in the Accessories folder.