SQL Image Viewer enables you to retrieve and view images directly from Firebird, MySQL, Oracle, SQLite, and SQL Server databases. It also enables you to export your images to disk, in their original format, or converted to one of the supported formats (BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, TIFF). In addition, it also enables you to export binary data stored in your databases. You can export thousands of images using SQL Image Viewer, as it uses memory frugally. A built-in memory monitor also ensures that you do not overload your system with too many images. Supports most popular database engines: Use a single interface to connect to multiple database engines, saving cost and time. Supports Firebird 1.5 and 2.0. Supports MySQL 4 ad 5. Supports Oracle 10g. Supports SQLite 3. Supports SQL Server 2000, 2005, and 2008. Supports DB2 9.5 and PostgreSQL 8 via ODBC drivers. Retrieve images using SQL syntax: Retrieve images using the respective database engine’s SQL syntax. Apply functions, join, and search arguments to selectively retrieve the images you want. Built-in memory monitor automatically cancels queries when the system performance is affected due to retrieving too many images. View image thumbnails in one of three layouts: View image thumbnails in one of three layouts: filmstrip, thumbnail, and tiled. Supports the display of images stored in the following formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, and TIFF. Export images to disk: Images can be exported to disk, in their original format, or converted to one of the other supported formats i.e. BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, and TIFF. Enables the export of large amounts of images as images are fetched on-demand from the database. Progress monitor allows you to keep track of how many images have been exported, the duration taken and the size of each image. View image properties: View EXIF properties where available. An integrated image viewer allows you to zoom in and pan images easily. Save individual images to disk, in their original format, or one of the other supported formats. View individual frames of an animated GIF or individual pages of a multi-page TIFF document.