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digiKam

   1.9.0  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 92%
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Homepage:  http://www.digikam.org
Facebook:  Link
Wikipedia:  Link
Issue Tacker:  Link
Mailinglist:  Link
Forum:  Link
Screenshots:  Link
Version Control:  Link
other:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  15617
Submitted:  Sep 10 2004
Updated:  Mar 2 2011

Description:

digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a "snap". The photos can be organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically, by directory layout or by custom collections.

Tired of the directory constraints? Don’t worry, digiKam also provides tagging functionality. You tag your images which can be spread out across multiple folders and digiKam provides fast and intuitive ways to browse these tagged images. You can also add comments and rating to your images. digiKam makes use of a fast and robust database to store these meta-informations which makes adding and editing of comments and tags very reliable.

digiKam makes use of KIPI plugins for lots of added functionality. KIPI (KDE Image Plugin Interface) is an initiative to create a common plugin infrastructure for digiKam, KPhotoAlbum, Showimg, and GwenView. Its aim is to allow development of image plugins which can be shared among KDE graphical applications.

An easy to use interface is provided that enables you to connect to your camera and preview, download and/or delete your images. digiKam includes too an image editor for image corrections and manipulations whitch can be extended by plugins.

Another tool, which most artists and photographers will be familiar with, is a Light Table. This tool assists artists and photographers with reviewing their work ensuring only the highest quality. A light table will show the artist their imperfections in which they can go and touch up. Well in digiKam, the light table function provides the user a similar experience. You can import a photo, drag it onto the light table, and touch up only the areas that need it.

The digiKam Image Editor has its own plugin subsystem with some common tools e.g. red eye correction or Gamma correction. Additional plugins are provided with the main application to process advanced corrections on image like color management, noise reduction, or special effects. digiKam Image Editor support all camera RAW file formats, 16 bits color depth, Exif/Makernote/IPTC/GPS metadata, Color management, tagging/rating/comments pictures, etc.

A lots of search tools are also available to be able to find specific photo on whole collection : Time line, Calendar, Advanced Search using multiple and complex database queries (tags, rating, keywords, date,
etc...)

A stand-alone image editor version named Showfoto is also available. It runs without digiKam images database support, but provides all Image Editor plugins.

See the related project pages for more informations:

http://www.digikam.org
http://www.kipi-plugins.org

Online documentations:

http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-graphics/digikam/index.html
http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-graphics/showfoto/index.html
http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-libs/kipi-plugins/index.html

NOTE:

- Please, use the digiKam mailing-list for all comments:

digikam-users at kde dot org
digikam-devel at kde dot org

- Please, use KDE Bug Tracking System for Wishes, and Bugs report:
http://bugs.kde.org/buglist.cgi?product=digikam
http://bugs.kde.org/buglist.cgi?product=digikamimageplugins
http://bugs.kde.org/buglist.cgi?product=showfoto
http://bugs.kde.org/buglist.cgi?product=kipiplugins

You can contact developers on Freenode IRC channels:

#digikam
#kde-imaging

To help digiKam project, you can donate money to developpers. Take a look at this page for details:

http://www.digikam.org/donation




Changelog:

See announce from digiKam web site:
http://www.digikam.org/node/581

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Full Changelog with previous releases can be see at this url:
http://www.digikam.org/changelog




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 packages for intrepid i386

 
 by dgvirtual on: Mar 24 2009
 
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Using the debian experimental sources I have recompiled digikam + showfoto and produced two debs (on Intrepid, kde 4.2.1). Find those here:
http://dg.lapas.info/share/paketai/ubuntu-intrepid/

Caution: I have just done that and opened the program, looks fine, but basically not tested.


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 Re: packages for intrepid i386

 
 by jsimek on: Jun 30 2009
 
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Hi. Could you please tell me the method of creating digikam deb package? I installed it using cmake && make && make install without any problems, but I would like to know how to create deb package using dh_make and dpkg-buildpackage, so that I can remove it from my system easily in the future.


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 Re: Re: packages for intrepid i386

 
 by dgvirtual on: Jul 7 2009
 
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Well, in this particular case I had to get the sources from the debian experimental first, so I could create a source directory with a debian/ directory and files inside. I hate creating those myself, though there are tutorials on making debian files on the internet.

So, first you have to download the three files: packagename_and_version.orig.tar.gz , packagename_and_version.dsc , packagename_and_version.diff.gz to one directory

Second, you have to unpack the sources:

dpkg-source -x packagename_and_version.dsc

you will get a valid source directory with debian/ subdirectory, which includes all the necessary information for making of a deb package including all the patches.

then enter the directory
cd packagename_and_version
and then issue command

dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -uc -b

and, in case you have all build dependencies (if not, the program will likely complain and tell you) you will get a package right by the directory where the source archives were.


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 kipi-plugins intrepid i386 ...

 
 by dgvirtual on: Mar 25 2009
 
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I have also successfully compiled kipi plugins and made ubuntu intrepid i386 packages. Find those in the same place as digikam packages: http://dg.lapas.info/share/paketai/ubuntu-intrepid/


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 0.10.0 again?

 
 by Musikolo on: Jun 16 2009
 
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Hi,

I wonder why do you release digikam-0.10.0-beta1 after the version 0.10.0? Is this a mistake? Did you mean 0.10.1 or so?

Having a look at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42641&package_id=34800 one realizes it's the first time something like this happens.

Best regards! :-)


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 0.10.0 again?

 
 by Musikolo on: Jun 16 2009
 
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Hi,

I wonder why do you release digikam-0.10.0-beta1 after the version 0.10.0? Is this a mistake? Did you mean 0.10.1 or so?

Having a look at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42641&package_id=34800 one realizes it's the first time something like this happens.

Best regards! :-)


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 Re: 0.10.0 again?

 
 by CraigD on: Jun 16 2009
 
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...well from looking at the text on the page - this is 1.0 not 0.10 !


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 Re: Re: 0.10.0 again?

 
 by Musikolo on: Jun 16 2009
 
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Uppps, that's what I call a huge mistake!!

Sorry mate! ;-)


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 Compiled fine but doesnt work

 
 by mediaDS on: Jun 16 2009
 
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Hi

I compiled the latest version and all went fine - no error messages. It started up, did the database thing, selecting the directory with my images in it. All works fine, except it doesnt show any image at all. I can select the subdirectory in the left tree in the main window but no thumbnails show up in the right window. I cant select anything.

Any idea ?

mediaDS

PS:
see my profile for more informations about my system.


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 Re: Compiled fine but doesnt work

 
 by Elv13 on: Aug 2 2009
 
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Confirmed with a few week old SVN snapshot


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