KPhotoAlbum Image Management Application

  • Post last modified:January 28, 2022
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KPhotoAlbum is a free and open source Image management application for Linux. Using KPhotoAlbum you can tag your photos and manage it easily and make it searchable. It comes with folder view and thumbnail view. You can search images via build-in advanced image search tool and filter images based on Exif data. Some other useful features are Geo position, find untagged images easily, media type, tokens, people and events, image slideshow, plugin support, merge duplicate and generate HTML.

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Compress JPEG and PNG Images with Curtail Image Compressor

  • Post last modified:March 26, 2021
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Curtail is a free and open source image compressor software for Linux. Using Curtail you can compress JPEG and PNG files. It supports lossy and lossless compression. The application is simple and easy to use just drag and drop your image in the application and it automatically compress it. Using this you can remove file metadata, dark theme support and Progressive encode JPG support. You can also set the PNG lossy compression level, PNG lossless compression level and JPG lossy compression level in the settings.

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Extract the EXIF meta Data from Photos with EXIFextracter

EXIFextracter is a free and simple EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) meta Data extractor for Windows. Using this simple and easy to use tool, you can extract EXIF meta data information from images and store the extracted meta data in a CSV file. Every image or photo taken by a digital camera or phone stores some amount of metadata to your photo. Example: date, time, camera model, GPS and copyright information etc. You can also add metadata to you image via photo editing software.

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digiKam Professional Photo Management App – Install digiKam on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:November 17, 2020
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digiKam is a free and open source digital photo management application for Linux, MacOS and Windows. It is released under GNU General Public License. Using this app you can manage libraries containing more than 100,000 images easily. You can import your photos, raw files and videos from your digital camera. You can also do some basic editing works like processing the raw files, edit JPEGs and publish photos to social media. You can view and edit metadata, add tags, add comments, and advanced textual properties to your items. It is a KDE application.

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How to install pngquant on Ubuntu – Command-line PNG compressor

  • Post last modified:August 25, 2020
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pngquant is a free and open source command-line based lossy PNG compressor for Linux, MacOS and windows. It converts png images to a 8-bit PNG format with alpha channel file to reduce the size. It comes with quality palette generation, gamma correction and premultiplied alpha support. During the conversion process it reduces the noise. You can configure the image quality level and it is based on libimagequant. It is released under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. It also supports batch conversion of PNG image files.

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How to install RoloViewer on Ubuntu – Image slideshow viewer

  • Post last modified:February 12, 2020
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RoloViewer is a free and open source image slideshow viewer for Linux and Windows. Using this you can show pictures and playlists. It supports jpg,txt and m3u file formats. It comes with digital photo frame mode to filter directories and select random folder to show images. It supports ICC color profiles, fullscreen mode and transitions effect support. It also comes with integrated Exiftool to show some image details, screensaver mode, block system power saving and drag and drop support. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 license.

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How to install ImCompressor on Ubuntu – Image Compressor

  • Post last modified:November 2, 2019
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ImCompressor is a free and open source image compressor for Linux. Using this you can compress JPEG and PNG image files. It comes with lossless and lossy compression modes. You can also decide whether you need image metadata details or not. It is simple and easy to use image compressor utility. It is released under open source GNU General Public License v3. It is wriiten in Python 3 and uses OptiPNG, pngquant, and Jpegoptim for compression.

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How to install viewnior on Ubuntu – Simple image viewer

  • Post last modified:October 10, 2019
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Viewnior is a open source and free image viewer for Linux OS. It is released under open source GPLv3 licence. Using this you can view Rotate, flip, crop, save, delete images in viewnior. You can set image as wallpaper in your desktop. It also comes with Animation and EXIF, IPTC metadata support.It uses modified version of the GtkImageView library and written in C (GTK+). it is easy to use, fast and simple image viewer. It comes with browse only selected images feature and navigation window support.

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OpenResizer Bulk image resizer – How to install OpenResizer on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:September 30, 2019
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OpenResizer is a free and open source easy to use bulk image resizer for linux and windows. Using this you can resize your images one by one or in batch very quickly. It comes with three image resizer mode Do not resize, Resize by pixel and Resize by percentage. Using this Do not resize mode you can just rename the files in bulk with same ending. Resize by pixel allows you to resize the image by using the pixel value. Third and the final option provies resize by percentage. It also comes with width and height conditions, output image quality and cpu utilization features. You can save files in jpeg, png, BMP or in original source file format

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