Sidewinder is a simple photo editing software that works with 24-bit color images. It creates a backup array of the original image data and features cropping, resizing (down), and exposure correction functionality.
One of the standout features of Sidewinder is its backup array of the original camera image numeric. This allows the software to calibrate operations on the visual photo numeric for more accurate editing. The software supports cropping, resizing (down), and exposure correction, making it a comprehensive image editing tool. Additionally, it has a 28-image preview system to help show the result of the current image and assist visually in balancing the colors in the photo.
Sidewinder is designed to be simple and not a complete image editing solution. It does have a minimal text onto photo writing feature, as well as exposure correction (aka gamma or mid-tone), standard contrast, mirror flip vertical/horizontal, rotate, aspect ratio resize, and other offbeat imaging algorithm operations such as RGB and brightness 16 band filter system to convert color to black and white.
To minimize any loss of data due to accidents, saving over the original photo is not supported. The software also has tutorials and tips available on the origin site for users who need help navigating its features.
Overall, Sidewinder is an excellent photo editing software that is perfect for anyone looking for a simple, but comprehensive editing solution for their 24 bit color images.
Version F3-C17: flip 180 degrees , mirror flip, MS Win Linux compatible x platform, control button icons and tool tip text, standard contrast