Setting up the program is a fast and easy process. As for the GUI, Primg adopts a regular window with three tabs dedicated to the tree display modes.
Thumbnail, single or multi-fixed form mode
Thanks to the built-in folder explorer, users may easily track down pictures for printing. All photos from a directory can be listed side-by-side in thumbnail view, or individually selected in single mode. The multi-fixed form creates a tile view from a selected picture.
Customize settings for each printing mode
Each printing mode comes with its own set of rules. It is possible to change the number of columns for the thumbnail mode, as well as to display the file name or EXIF data below each image, or hide this information completely.
When it comes to configuring options for a single image, users may adjust its position and size on the page, or show the picture with its full size (whether it fits the page or not). Meanwhile, the tile size, spacing and number of total tiles can be adjusted in multi-fixed form.
Modify page options before printing
Primg lets users set up page settings in terms of size, source, orientation and margins, open an image file with the external program associated, refresh the pictures in the current directory, change the UI language, and make the text large (if it’s displayed). Plugins are supported for enhancing the tool’s functionality.
Evaluation and conclusion
The app leaves a minimal footprint on system resources and has a good response time. There were no kind of issues throughout our tests, as the app did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. In a nutshell, Primg provides users with handy and intuitive features for printing multiple image files in several ways, backed by image and page customization settings.
Primg is a handy and lightweight application that comes with three methods for printing images in a folder.
The ‘Thumbnail’ mode enables you to print all the pictures in the selected directory on a page, the ‘Single’ method allows you to print a single picture, while the ‘Multiple Fixed form’ mode can be used for placing several copies of a picture on a single sheet.