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Mapivi

Mapivi

Martin's Picture Viewer (Mapivi) is a cross-platform, open source picture manager and organizer. It is a standalone tool and does not use a separate web server, online access or a database.

This application copes admirably with EXIF data (like timestamp, camera model, focal length, exposure time, aperture, etc.), and can rename pictures according to their internal date/time, to display and modify JPEG comments and do lossless rotation.

The idea of using Mapivi as an picture organizer is to keep user, EXIF, and IPTC information where it belongs -- in the pictures -- as well in a searchable Mapivi database. The support for IPTC is particularly impressive.

Mapivi can also perform image processing. Mapivi serves as a graphical frontend for many proven command line tools, such as the Image Magick tools.

 Mapivi 0.9.7

Price
Free to download

Size
4.1MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Martin Herrmann

Website
mapivi.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
jpegtran
Image Magick
jhead

Support:
Wiki, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:
Big Bubbles

Features include:

  • Supports any existing folder structure
  • Stores just picture meta information (IPTC, EXIF, comments, ...) in its database
  • Supports pictures on removable media (CD, DVD, USB-HD, ...)
  • IPTC/IIM information (International Press Telecommunications Council Information Interchange Model) with keywords, categories, location, headline, caption/abstract, writer, ...:
    • Display IPTC
    • Add, edit, remove IPTC (also multiple pictures at once)
    • Hierarchical IPTC keywords and categories
    • Apply or save IPTC templates
    • Rating of pictures using the IPTC urgency flag
  • EXIF (EXchangeable Image File) information (date, time, aperture, exposure time, ISO speed, ...):
    • Display EXIF
    • Copy EXIF
    • Save and restore EXIF
    • Remove EXIF
    • Alter EXIF date/time absolut or relative
    • (Re)build, copy, rotate EXIF thumbnail
    • Reset/clear EXIF orientation flag
  • JPEG comments (single and multiple comments are supported):
    • Display JPEG comments
    • Add, edit, copy, join or remove comments
    • Add comments to multiple pictures without overwriting the existing comments (e.g. to add a copyright notice to many pictures at once (batch processing). Without overwriting the existing comments.)

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