shotwell

digital photo organizer
  https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Shotwell
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Shotwell is a digital photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop environment. It allows you to import photos from disk or camera, organize them in various ways, view them in full-window or fullscreen mode, and export them to share with others. It is able to manage a lot of different image formats, also including raw CR2 files.
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uberdonkey 1 year ago

Nice presentation and good functionality except I usually use such software to take photos from one place and put in another - it lacks functionality in this respect e.g. right clicking and moving

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jslopes 1 year ago

Shotwell just works and I get my job done. I'm a heavy linux user for more than ten years. I've tested everything. darktable slow, slow, more slow, crash. digikam not slow: just crashes :) Shotwell just works. If you doesn't need RAW development, shotwell is a very good organizer with sensible defaults. No photomessy anymore!

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megavolt 1 year ago

TOP! Alles was ich brauche...

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dzan 3 years ago

Very good!

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bvrignaud 3 years ago

C'est le meilleur ! Simple et efficace.

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wayneclea 4 years ago

I have used it a number of installs of mint. Can t resave JPG files as PNG?

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angelgs 4 years ago

I can't live without it. The definitive way to keep my pictures organized. It can improve and add some simple photo edition functions.

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d4v1d61 4 years ago

Very good digital organizer, I ma not too fond of the it works on existing folders, e.g. rotating a picture only changes teh metadata but actually does not rotate the picture in the folder.

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sigurd1701 4 years ago

:-)

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JCH2 4 years ago

Okay for a hobbyist or casual user. If you are (semi)pro, have image archives, or years of digital photots, this is not going to cut it.

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enano_barbado 4 years ago

У меня на нетбуке программа виснет ещё на этапе импортирования. Очень тяжело... Так что даже не оценить ее возможности

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MagicMint 4 years ago

This Ubuntu version cannot connect to online accounts under Cinnamon, because it’s missing Gnome’s central account settings. See http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/1539

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gothicpreston 4 years ago

Best photo manager for a Gtk desktop. One of my essentil items to install onto my XFCE box.

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hasuin 4 years ago

Still some development do do but I prefer it to Picasa on Linux

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carlosmtnz 4 years ago

Era mi organizador personal, pero desde hace tiempo que no arranca correctamente, debido a un error en gstreamer aparentemente.

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clemm17 5 years ago

I wanted a simple camera picture importer. I want to plug in the camera, import pics. View thumbnails using arrow keys, Auto enhance and crop. If I need more I will open a gimp type program. Shotwell is working great for my default importer!

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mathpfvr 5 years ago

Excelente, deveria vir nativo no Linux Mint assim como vem no Ubuntu. É excelente para algumas edições como recortar ou redimensionar imagens. Recomendo o download

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jahid_0903014 5 years ago

nice tool

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Phoenix1 5 years ago

Great work, love it. Do wish one couold selectivly choose 2nd level folders to import, but certainly top level class A program. My compliments to the team, and Thanks!

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pete_l 5 years ago

Installed with Synaptic on LMDE x64. it didn't show up in Menu, it didn't start when I attached a camera (Canon A490). When I ran it manually it crashed with the message: ERROR:src/db/DatabaseTable.c:1277:database_table_add_column: assertion failed: (res == Sqlite.OK) Aborted I'm not wasting any more time on this.