imlib2 based image viewer
  9 reviews

Feh is a fast, lightweight image viewer which uses imlib2. It is commandline-driven and supports multiple images through slideshows, thumbnail browsing or multiple windows, and montages or index prints (using TrueType fonts to display file info). Advanced features include fast dynamic zooming, progressive loading, loading via HTTP (with reload support for watching webcams), recursive file opening (slideshow of a directory hierarchy), and mouse wheel/keyboard control.
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Intangir 3 years ago

i recently switched to this, its fantastic, its so fast, really convenient options, tons of configurability, and i was even able to easily change the source to add features I wanted

topper 9 years ago

Es rápido, ligero y posee bastantes opciones. Resulta muy cómodo cuando trabajas desde la consola y quieres visionar algunas imágenes.

OldSkibum 10 years ago

Took a while but finally found this decent windowed slideshow viewer for Mint 13 Cinnamon. I didn't want fullscreen or background, just a little something in the corner for my memories. RTM, then for example terminal $feh -zr -g 640x480 -D 10 /yourpics ... Context click on a photo brings up more options. Mint15Olivia update: Working well, revised command to $> feh -dzr --draw-tinted -g 640x480 -D 3600 /your/photos

Voliax 11 years ago

Not bad but others are better. I have to set background again when every restart.

dedwarmo 11 years ago

I use this to randomize a list of over 300,000 images. It does not complain when it encounters non-image files as long as there is at least one image. Searches through directories recursively or you may use the images in a single folder. Very robust.

krona2k 12 years ago

Clean, fast and simple

timh 12 years ago

for realy *fast* viewing, better then EOG, with cursor easy to handle ♡

genoskill 13 years ago

This image viewer defines fast opening. Also, maximum minimal.

Alexio 14 years ago

Great image viewer and background setter, perfect for those of use who use Window Managers instead of Desktop Environments.