I tried it and it was so SLOW ! and blunt
it was scanning through a 1.5T hard disk, cause I marked it as "where keep my images" -- a mistake.
What I'd want is open an image and browse the directory. But this is impossible. Whatever you want to see, you'll first have to add to its library.
I like Canon's DPP. And Darktable (although it is slow for browsing, very slow). I hoped that Digikam would be a cool and fast thing. I simply cannot use it... sorry...
- open a directory of pix,
- go over them, watch each of them at a relatively large size,
- mark them if you like them (stars) or select them (numbers),
- and do image editing, brightness, contrast, gamma, hue -- all in a nondestructive manner...
this is what I'd like to do... but it is not possible.
today I revisited it, a year later, only to find that nothing's changed
Le plus complet et performant !
The best photo editor
Me encantaba, pero que lástima que las últimas versiones me han dado muchos problemas. No me funciona en Mint 18.
As some users said, if you want Digikam to work you must also install this packages: apt install kdelibs-bin kdelibs5-data kdelibs5-plugins If you want to see icons and some missing buttons: apt install kdeartwork And to have readable tooltips (cause foreground and background colors can make them unreadable): apt install systemsettings kdebase-runtime Then start systemsettings and change tooltip text color in "Application Appearance > Colors (in left list) > Colors (the tab) > Tooltip text".
not a fan of the odd user interface, which compels the user to create and configure "libraries," or whatever. Where is the app that will simply navigate to a directory, display the images, and allow basic edits?
This simply does not work. Hangs immediately when trying to add a collection. Photo software that does not support photos? Funny.
Very little is anything has change since the last try 8 months ago. Still deadly slow on moderately high end machine. But most won't have 1.5tb of stock to catalog.
On Mint17 Cinnamon you must install these as well: sudo apt-get install kdelibs-bin kdelibs5-data kdelibs5-plugins (as the other user said below), missing dependency... :(
Crash after every Start. :(
runs also on Cinnamon, btw , best ever. But for people with less knowledge/interest in photography, it might be too much
This is the best asset management app for linux, from keywording to resizing and watermarking, this app does an excellent job. It's editing functions are so so at best though.
chrashes all when starts up (linux mint 17)
See comment below regarding Mint 17.1 and the programme crashing. Great programme but not all Export Plugins work. Facebook will not be found although shown as installed. are sho
For those having an issue on mint 17.1 with the app crashing after scanning the library: sudo apt-get install kdelibs-bin kdelibs5-data kdelibs5-plugins. Install the oxygen theme for icons too.
Seems great at first use. However, steep learning curve, just for the program, not to mention features.
Workes great in Petra KDE. One of the best of its kind, any platform. You can add tags, ratings, exif (great feature for old scans!). Editor is ok for simple tasks. As a true KDE app can be customized to your needs and habbits. Search no more, just use it :)
Excellent photo management program!