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Kim (Kde Image Menu)

   0.9.5 (KDE 4.x)  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 85%
Kim (Kde Image Menu)
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Kim (Kde Image Menu)
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  25552
Submitted:  Mar 22 2004
Updated:  Feb 23 2009

Description:

* FEATURES:
This is an image Kde servicemenu which allows to:
- compress images,
- resize images,
- convert images,
- rotate images,
- rename images,
- resize and send by mail images,
- and more other actions !
This servicemenu use ImageMagick and Mpegtools.
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* PUBLICATIONS:
- Linux magzines published in its issue of May 2005 an article devoted to Kde Image Menu (Kim) ! (See www.linux-magazine.com)
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* NEWS:
- Kim is now available for KDE 4.x!




Changelog:

Release Kim4-0.9.5 (for kde >= 4.x):
- first available version for KDE 4.x!
Release kim-0.9.5 (for kde >= 3.3):
- auto-rotate images from EXIF informations.
Release kim-0.9.4 (for kde >= 3.3):
- create a html gallery works correctly (with portrait or landscape images).
- send by mail works correctly now!
Release kim-0.9.2 (for kde >= 3.3):
- create a "pèle-mèle" with your pictures (see http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/images/pele-mele.jpg for a demo),
- some bugs fixed ...
Release kim-0.9.1 (for kde >= 3.3):
- sort images by date (rename the images using EXIF informations),
- some bugs fixed ...
Release kim-0.9.0 (for kde >= 3.3):
- export in a gif animation,
- export in a flash slideshow for all image format now !(demo: http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/slideshow),
- export in a html galery(demo: http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/galery),
- and some improvements ...
Release kim-0.8.4 (for kde >= 3.3):
- Fix some bugs ...
Release kim-0.8.3 (for kde >= 3.3):
- Fix security issues by using temporary files,
- Fix UTF-8 encoding issues in desktop files,
- Fix copyrights and other licensing stuff.




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(kim4-0.9.5 for KDE 4.x)
(kim4-0.9.5 for ArchLinux)
(kim-0.9.5 for KDE 3.x)
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 I's ready !!

 
 by vilaplana on: Aug 28 2004
 
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As I promized, I work a little bit on this wonderful service menu.
I modified It, just web export
And I added a progress bar.
I'm now working on a cancel button.

Try it!! and let me now your comments.

to download it:
http://mathieu.creationgif.com/kimgsmweb/

my email:
mathieu@creationgif.com

Bye


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 Re: I's ready !!

 
 by cbouveyron on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Added in KimgSM 0.5 alpha for Kde 3.3 !

Send me your comments !


Charles
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 Re: Re: I's ready !!

 
 by wubby on: Aug 30 2004
 
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kimgsm_multibusrt file is named wrong. Causes error "Couldn't find program 'kimgsm_multiburst %u'"


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 Copy

 
 by zero05 on: Aug 31 2004
 
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Would be nice to have an option to save a copy of the picture instead working on the original.


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 name

 
 by paranor on: Sep 23 2004
 
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Since you are asking I don't like the name. It doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. :)

Nice program though!


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 Re: name

 
 by cbouveyron on: Sep 23 2004
 
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Do you like the name Kimgsm ?
- I propose the new name : kmagick. What do you think about this ?


Charles
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 Re: Re: name

 
 by marsonist on: Sep 25 2004
 
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I don't think that the name KMagick really helps to identify what the program does. KImageMenu, while utilitarian, is more descriptive and might help get your great extensions the use they deserve.


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 misleading + EXIF

 
 by labrum on: Oct 26 2004
 
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Hello, I really like kim (but I looked for it in service menus, since nobody uses the scripts behind them...).

I find the resize pixel values like 300x225 misleading. Not every picture is 4:3 and landscape, so one might wonder what kim does to other pictures.
I suggest "resize to max. 300 pixels".

With your resize, compress, etc. of JPEGs, EXIF data gets lost! I use lines like this in my own menu:
Exec=jhead -cmd "mogrify -quality 90 -geometry 800x800 &i" %F
Maybe you want to think about integrating jhead for JPEGs. You can get the file extension in bash with: ${filename: -4}.

Also you might want to display an error message if a needed tool (like jhead) is missing.

In my own menu I also have brighten up picture with a gamma of 1.2:
Exec=jhead -cmd "mogrify -quality 90 -gamma 1.2 &i" %F
and remove EXIF thumbnail (useful for small files, saves 6kB)
Exec=jhead -dt %F
and grayscale JPEG:
Exec=jhead -cmd "jpegtran -copy all -grayscale &i > &o" %F
and halfscale image.

All in all your solution is way better than mine, but there is still room for improvement :-)


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 Re: misleading + EXIF

 
 by labrum on: Oct 27 2004
 
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I just saw you have grayscale... (but with a typo). More localisation would be nice, I volunteer for german.


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 Re: Re: misleading + EXIF

 
 by cbouveyron on: Nov 3 2004
 
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Thanks for your remarks and suggestions. I will maybe include this in the the next release, but I prefer to use only ImageMagick in order to reduce the depedences number.

Regards,

Charles


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 Re: Re: Re: misleading + EXIF

 
 by labrum on: Nov 23 2004
 
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You can make jhead optional like this:

test -z "$(which jhead)" && mogrify -rotate $ANGLE $FILE || jhead -cmd "convert -rotate $ANGLE &i &o" $FILE

This way, you still use ImageMagick and the EXIF header will be preserved.


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 problem with spaces

 
 by labrum on: Nov 6 2004
 
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At least converting to JPEG silently fails in a directory with a space in its name.

In kwavencoder I use this kind of loop to avoid this:

until [ -z "$1" ]
do
command $1
shift
done


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 Re: problem with spaces

 
 by cbouveyron on: Nov 8 2004
 
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Yes, it is a known bug ! Thank you for this solution. I will correct this soon.

Charles


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 Re: problem with spaces

 
 by labrum on: Nov 15 2004
 
Score 50%

Actually it must be
command "$1"
Should work now...


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 I like it but ...

 
 by benjaminisant on: Jan 30 2005
 
Score 50%

i can not install it within my user account );
I had to intall it as root, what I do not really like as it is not (currently) part of my distro.

but I really enjoy it anyway
A more customizable intall could just make it better

thanks for the hard work

benjamin


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 Re: I like it but ...

 
 by cbouveyron on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Yes, it is possible to install Kim in user mode. For this, you must copy all Kim's files in ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/.

I think that I will add soon this option in the install script.

Good use,

Charles


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 Re: Re: I like it bu

 
 by benjaminisant on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Thanks, that's good feedback!
works well now :)
cheers

benjamin


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