LizardTech Releases Free GeoViewer
<-- MrSid, JPEG2000 and GeoTIFF Maps
GeoViewer 4.1 just released.
LizardTech Releases Free GeoViewer 4.1 Now able to view a variety of
formats and export to GeoTIFF SEATTLE, Wash. -
May 26, 2009 -
LizardTech, a division of Celartem, Inc. and a leading provider of
software solutions for managing and distributing digital content,
announced the release of GeoViewer 4.1, now offered as a free,
standalone application for viewing geospatial imagery and vector
The free GeoViewer application replaces LizardTech's previous GeoExpress
View utility that was offered for $299. GeoViewer 4.1 enables users to
view and export layers from varied sources, such as local repositories,
Express Server catalogs, and WMS and JPIP servers. GeoViewer supports a
wide range of input formats and exports to GeoTIFF, PNG and JPEG. It's
the most efficient means of viewing MrSID and JPEG 2000 images.
"Customers have been asking us for years to return to offering a free
standalone viewer for MrSID and JPEG 2000 imagery. We're happy to again
offer them a free application that will allow them to view a variety of
imagery formats like MrSID, JPEG and TIFF, as well as vector files and
server based data," said Jon Skiffington, LizardTech senior product
manager. "Its easy to use, modern user interface makes viewing of
imagery fast and efficient."
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