Opening an image
1. Click Open icon on the main toolbar or select the File->Open... item in the main menu to get to the file open dialog. This command is also accessible via Ctrl+O shortcut.
2. Using the Open dialog, browse to the folder containing the image(s). Alternatively, you can enter the image name in the File name fileld.
3. Double click on the file name or thumbnail corresponding to the image you want to open, or select the file and click the Open button.
Once you opened one of the images in a folder, you can quickly open next/previous image in the folder by clicking Next/Previous buttons on the main toolbar or by selecting Next Image / Previous Image in the File submenu of the main menu. You can also use the following hotkeys to browse images:
|Home||First image in the folder.|
|PgUp||Previous image in the folder.|
|PgDn||Next image in the folder.|
|End||Last image in the folder.|
You can click on a thumbnail in the Browser pane to open a corresponding image. To browse to a different folder click Change Folder icon .
Drag and Drop
You can drag a file from Windows Explorer or other application capable of acting as a drag-and-drop source and drop it to BetterJPEG window to open.
Command line parameters
You can pass a file name as a command line parameter on program start:
e.g. betterjpeg c:\images\image1.jpg
Additional command line parameters:
|-mc||Start in crop mode|
|-q||Exit on Save|
|-nb||Show no browser panel|