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GTKRawGallery

GTKRawGallery

GTKRawGallery is an open source workflow oriented photo retouching software with all necessary tools to quickly process camera raw images. For this purpose GTKRawGallery brings together the most powerfull open source software we have to work with 16 bit color depth images: Dcraw, Imagemagick and Exiftool. It is also a versatile photo manager for common image formats.


 GTKRawGallery

Price
Free to download

Size
1.8MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Daniele Isca

Website
sf.net/projects/gtkrawgallery

System Requirements
GTK+ 2.12 or higher
Python 2.4 or higher
Pygtk 2.8 or higher
libglade
PIL 1.1.6 or higher
Dcraw 8.93 or higher
Exiftool 7.41 or higher
Numpy 1.0.4 or higher
ImageMagick 6.4.9 or higher

Optional:
Sox
Cdrtools
LittleCMS

Support Sites:
Forum

Selected Reviews:
Free Software Magazine

Features include:

  • Image browser and manager
  • Camera raw files support: cr2, nef, crw, raf, kdc, dcr, mrw, orf, ptx, pef, arw, srf, x3f, erf, dng
  • Most known image formats supported: jpg, tiff, png, xpm, xbm, gif, ico, cur, ppm , pbm, pgm, pnm, pcx, bmp, svg, svgz, svg.gz, ras, tga, targa, wmf, apm, wbmp (see gdk_pixbuf doc)
  • Full featured Dcraw GUI for a fine-tuned raw image pre-processing
  • Image modification tools for 16 bit/channel post-processing
  • Batch conversion with single workflow applicable
  • Batch Processor to speed up the workflow
  • Fast tagging
  • Tag Manager
  • Advanced Metadata Editor with EXIF, IPTC and XMP write support
  • Color Management
  • Print support
  • Detail and thumbnail view for images
  • Thumbnails zooming
  • Thumbnails autorotation
  • Thumbnails cache
  • Image histogram: a very important tool on digital photography
  • Color enhance tools (adjust levels, gamma, normalize, color balance, exposure, saturation, hue, contrast, sigmoidal-contrast, channel mixer)
  • Image effects and transform tools (sharpen, unsharp mask, blur, reduce noise, add noise, median filter, grayscale, sepia tone, scale, rotate, flip, flop, fine rotation, border, crop)
  • Non destructive image workflow with a color depth >=16 bit
  • Full-screen view
  • Zooming and rotation
  • Slideshow with fading transition and background player
  • Album manager
  • Fast link to open images with Gimp or other editing tools
  • "Save as" and "Conversion" features with exif data preserved
  • Multiple conversion with applicable workflow
  • Batch Processor
  • Metadata tagging to quickly search by categories (see exiftool manual for supported file types)
  • Customizable GUI colors
  • Two different gallery layouts
  • User friendly graphic interface compatible with several screen resolutions
  • Vignette removal
  • Publish to Facebook, Flickr and Picasa Web Albums

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