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f-spot

Personal photo management application
http://www.f-spot.org/
Score:
 -58
89 reviews
Description:

F-spot is a full-featured personal photo management application for the gnome desktop. it simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive tools to help you share, touch-up, find and organize your images. it allows for importing of your existing photo collections, tagging photos with identifiers, as well as doing simple edits of photos (e.g. rotating).

User reviews:
ScoreComment

shian
2 years ago
1 Could not try it since it crashes on start.

taote
3 years ago
4 Not perfect, problems with too many images to import from a single folder (simple to avoid) so I used it still. Now, where has it gone? Deleted from repository without replacement? What do with 100.000 pictures archive?

scorpion6789
5 years ago
5 11111

biv21
6 years ago
4 Not good, but need more support this fine program from developers.

photoao
6 years ago
1 mono is out of question, re-organizing my files THEIR way is out of question, moving my pics to the home folder is out of question

fotonix
6 years ago
1 Tried it. Not up to the job. Maybe in a few versions...

Ichag
6 years ago
2 Naja, da mehme ich lieber Gimp

sapiensantiquus
6 years ago
3 Pretty good most of the time, but experienced occasional inexplicable crashes. Frequent crashes while importing photos as well.

sebibob
7 years ago
1 unterirdisch

Anleoje
7 years ago
1 Not good, it has crashes, incompatibilities, etc...

carlosjimy
7 years ago
2 No me gusta. Poco práctico para sólo visualizar fotografías. Hay opciones más lijeras y otras más completas.

ondra-kl
7 years ago
5 sometimes crashed, but very powerful tags and good ui

newrave
7 years ago
2 langsam, unhandlich und leider auch gern mal abstürzend

Rufus
7 years ago
2 Frequent crashes. No good UI.

bodam
7 years ago
2 This could really be something but it lacks some very basic features.....like rescaning the picture folder after changes have been made.

MajorGrubert
7 years ago
2 N'atteint jamais la fin du scan de ma bibliothèque (15000 photos) sans planter

killmess
7 years ago
2 It uses mono. :(

smiffy
7 years ago
5 reads raw files most apps wont

itair
7 years ago
2 Some crashes, not safe to use.

luxy
7 years ago
2 Not very useful

blueXrider
7 years ago
1 Didn't care for it, no frills, other apps do a better job

mintlinux
7 years ago
1 @blueXrider agree, gThumb is much better.

wiltur
7 years ago
1 argh...this software is not practical, ugly, run run run !!!!

UncleNinja
7 years ago
1 mono

900i
7 years ago
1 Mono - say no more.

jajodo
7 years ago
2 Prefer gthumb. Photo organizers relying on databases have inherent problems.

edtowens
7 years ago
1 Terrible app

tek_heretik
7 years ago
1 Laggy and crashes, Shotwell is far better, haven't tried gthumb

trollboy
7 years ago
2 Not great. Slow and clunky. Always immediately replaced by gthumb

akanashiro
7 years ago
1 Slow and it uses Mono

turipriv
7 years ago
2 Totally useless. I really can't see why is still being installed by default.

Martin_Lemke
7 years ago
4 Als Diashow brauchbar

ashtoash
7 years ago
1 Ugly

alextsr
7 years ago
2 Not really worth it.

kjuergen
7 years ago
2 better no-mono programs available. Why do we need these "innovations" from M$? Gone together with Tomboy and the rest of mono

mitanshugamer
7 years ago
2 nothing to fascinate. crashes randomly..

FastFwd00
7 years ago
1 Crashes randomly!

roguededguy
7 years ago
1 What is going on with the way they sort photo dates? The folder structure this app creates is a nightmare.

bigbamboo
7 years ago
2 Came with Julia, not worth the simple trouble. Does not download videos from camera like Shotwell or Picasa. So I lost some just because I assumed they went and I erased the card. No error or missed messages like Shotwell.

Richard
7 years ago
3 sans plus, trop minimaliste à mon goût

mfy1992
7 years ago
1 太慢了

wanda
7 years ago
3 shotwell is besser finde ich doch, und kein mono schrott.

goodspeed
7 years ago
2 replace with shotwell or gthumb

kukiduck
7 years ago
1 übelster Mono-Schrott

derschreckliche
7 years ago
1 ok, but shotwell is better (and has no MONO dependencies)

billymadsen
7 years ago
1 WARNING changed all the times and dates on my photos after importing. Took a while to catch too, noticed my son was born on the 12th instead of the 11th. Rapid-Photo-Downloader is the best photo importer on any system; highly customizable and dependable. Rapid and manually updated Picasa is great.

Twix2247
7 years ago
2 automatically organizes your photos into folders by date. You can tag you photos to keep like ones together, say "vacation to Ireland". But they will still be filed by date. It does have an upload feature to put your photo to Flickr or Picasa web which is nice, but then why not just use Picasa. I didn't like how it automatically started to organize my photos into files by date. I then had to go back and tag them, by event to get them grouped together to make it easier to view. But maybe just a learning curve on how to use it, since I am used to organizing photos my way. Will keep using it more to see if I like it and follow up the review

flan_suse
7 years ago
5 Picasa for Linux is outdated, not native, and uses a shipped version of wine. F-Spot is better for Linux users. Just wish you can change the import naming scheme.

bicyclist56
7 years ago
1 Недостатков много...

Xyie
7 years ago
4 When it came down to either f-spot or shotwell for editing photos for someone I was helping, shotwell proved much easier to manage. F-spot is not a bad program in and of itself, however, so it's worth trying out to see your own preference.

gianpv
7 years ago
2 Picasa is better than this and easyer to use

wilderix
7 years ago
1 launched it. it started organizing my files into new folders. then it crashed, and all of my photos were gone. fortunately, i had backups, but it made a horrible first impression.

akash211
7 years ago
2 picasa is much better.

vesputs
7 years ago
1 really sucks

JOST
7 years ago
2 Starts then crashes, on my mint 10 64bit, i installed Shotwell instead, works great!

grim
7 years ago
2 Shotwell is better IMO :\

Elisa
7 years ago
3 Good

JeanGrosJean
7 years ago
1 F-Spot doesn't cut it at all for me, neither does Shotwell. I just can't stand programs that organize my files for me, be it photo files, videos, music, documents, etc. So I use digiKam, the best and most efficient photo organizer/manager for the Linux desktop.

simmy
7 years ago
2 I dont like the way it organizes, too confusing (for me at least)

ebest97
7 years ago
1 Use Shotwell. 10x better.

Wanderer
7 years ago
2 I do not like that it doesn't maintain my folders but organizes by date. That is not good in my opinion. Shotwell is a better program.

fridaynoon
8 years ago
1 i don't like mono, prefer shotwell

kneekoo
8 years ago
3 I have mixed feelings about F-Spot. I heard good things about it and I'm sure those people were not lying but I tried to use it and I can't say I like it. Maybe if it was intuitive I would've explored more of it but I just abandoned it.

Sol_Badguy
8 years ago
3 good...

yagolf
8 years ago
2 don't use it at all

jesica
8 years ago
2 I dont like it that much

dazw2000
8 years ago
4 Must say i like this application as it was one of the first i used when checking out Linux.

zaenal1234
8 years ago
3 normal & good.

AbeFreeman
8 years ago
3 Either needs cropping and resizing features added, or replace it with gthumb in next mint release (in my humble opinion)

ozos
8 years ago
3 not so good

ashwinhgtx
8 years ago
3 Shotwell is a better and simpler alternative.

antix
8 years ago
2 так себе

gustech
8 years ago
5 Great Needs to be in MINT9

pancaran
8 years ago
4 Program yang tidak kalah jika dibandingkan dengan aaplikasi grafis lainnya

dorylinux
8 years ago
1 ...i use digikam and i'm a professional photographer ...since 1987! ;-)

linuxmint
8 years ago
3 Great App, but I don't really need it.

huntman
8 years ago
5 Great app.

vipek
8 years ago
2 I don't like this application. It has so weird user interface... If you want to attract new users, GUI must be consistent with the rest of the system.

crom
8 years ago
2 I was expecting something like Irfanview from windows but no.. I don't get this app. Eog+gimp works for me.

haruspexed
8 years ago
2 mono

jrunnels
8 years ago
5 Works Great!

changke
8 years ago
4 simple, better if faster

farnaby
8 years ago
4 It's good to have tool like F-Spot available. However, sometimes it seems a bit slow to me on my computer.

bro3886
8 years ago
4 Simple

Xtigyro
8 years ago
4 light app

NineDegrees
8 years ago
1 Doesnt work at all.

clem
8 years ago
5 Light and efficient, very good application.

RayWoods
8 years ago
5 Organise and perfect Images without the hassle of GIMP.

Pierre
8 years ago
3 touch-up your images from your camera.