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ComicViewer It reads the cbr and cbz file and provides a pleasant ui to read the comic files. The source code released is initial version, so i welcome all improvement, those who wants to contribute please contact me.
A no-nonsense, simple to use, small viewer for cbr and cbz (comic book archive) files. As it is written in C, the executable is small and fast. It views jpg (or jpg), gif and png images, and you can zoom in, out, fit-to-window.
Jomic is a viewer for comic books stored in CBZ, CBR, and PDF files. Features include a two page mode, caching and support for several image formats (PNG, JFIF/JPEG, TIFF, and GIF). It is Open Source software distributed under the GNU GPL.
CBViewer is a comic book viewer for comic book archives in cbz, cbr, zip, and rar formats. The interface is written in java but it requires unrar for linux or windows depending which OS you are running on. It will do zip files in java.
Comic reader is a comic book reader written in Python. Its meant to run on linux and browse through image archives in ZIP or RAR format. The program extracts the pages in sequence and displays them using an internal viewer or an external program.
JMuPDF is an open source PDF, XPS and CBZ renderer for java. It is based on the original mupdf by Artifex Software, Inc. JNI is used to access native libraries to render documents quickly and efficiently.
cbroptimize is a tool useful for optimizing cbr and cbz comic book archives for mobile devices (android,...). It resizes images inside the archive to a specified size, therefore reducing computing strain on the device to do the resizing itself. It can also decrease JPEG quality to reduce loading time on devices with slow processor. Output of the program is cbz with no compression (further speed increase as the comic book reader doesn't need to decompress the archive).