GNOME Photo Collector 0.7

Operating systemsOS : Linux / BSD
Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU Public License
CreatedCreated : Jun 14, 2007
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This tool can be used to classify images, storing ...

This tool can be used to classify images, storing informations and comments in a PostgreSQL database.
GPC have been developed with the following goals in mind :
- store informations about each film and image.
- store keywords and comments on each film and image.
- store these informations in a relational database, for quick access.
- allow visualization of every image, scanned at 'screen resolution'.
- allow queries, to retrieve images corresponding to given criterias.
The results of these needs where as follow :
- GPC have been developed for the GNOME Desktop environment
- as most of the GNOME projects, GPC have been developed in C language.
- informations are stored in a PostgreSQL database (I prefer PostgreSQL instead of MySQL, because PostgreSQL have very more advanced features, and can handle rules, transactions, . . . ).
- films and images are organized like this : images files are stored in different directories ; each directory is supposed to contain images of only one film.
- for each film, informations which can be stored are a unique ID, an absolute pathname, a kind (diapo, negative film, . . . ), a classification number, a film maker and a film model, an ISO sensibility, a film size, a camera maker and a camera model, a period, a short free description and a list of keywords.
- for each image, informations which can be stored are a unique ID, a film ID, a filename, a size (width and height), a MIME type (as retrieved by GNOME), a classification number (commonly the image number on the film), a lens maker and a lens model, a focal length, an aperture value, a speed value (given as 1/x second), two notes (interest and artistic quality), six values relatives to image position (latitude, longitude, elevation, . . . ), a short free description and a list of keywords.
- many values are stored in references tables, to keep control on used values which can be reused easily. GPC can even ask you for validation before entering new values.
- you can execute queries, to retrieve films and images corresponding to any given criteria.
- images loading and visualization is processed throught the GDK-Pixbuf library.

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