There are several types of tool bars. Depending on user preferences, some can be moved to a new location on the application and other can either be displayed or hidden by selecting the button.
Note: The Toolbar view setting is reset when the application is restarted.
|Create a new project|
|Open an existing project file (project files have the extension .cprj)|
|Saves any changes to the current project|
|Open image files to add to the Project Explorer|
|Open an application settings dialog|
|Delete the current selected items on the Project Explorer|
Starts to process (Compresses, Decompresses or Transcodes)
If no items are selected it will auto select all items in the project.
|View image difference for a processed image (sub item) with the original image (branch item)|
|Generates MIP mapping to a specified minimum Mipmap level for original image (branch item)|
Image View Toolbar
Additional Toolbar options will be displayed when viewing certain type of images, such as an image diff or images with multiple MIP levels
|Increases the brightness of the image|
|Decreases the brightness of the image|
|Displayed when an image has multiple MIP Mapping (0 = original image). The view of any MIP level and size (as width x height) is selectable.|
View Image Diff Toolbar
|Displays an Image Difference to the left of two stacked images. Original on top and Processed Image at the bottom.|
Organizes three image views (Original Image, Image Difference and Processed Image)
in a horizontal line
The Property View displays Peak Signal Noise Ratio and Mean Square Error
for the processed image as compared to the original.
MSE measures the cumulative squared error between the processed image and
original image. (Value of 0 = Original image)
PSNR measures the peak error in (dB) – (extremely high value = original image)
Structural Similarity Index (SSIM) measures a perceived quality factor from a
scale of 0 (= No similarity) to 1 (= Original image). |
Each channel of the processed image is indexed with the original and then averaged
to a single value.