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Shotwell (software)

Shotwell
Shotwell 0.14 in Linux Mint
Developer(s) Yorba Foundation
Elementary[1]
Initial release June 26, 2009 (2009-06-26)
Stable release 0.20.0[2] / September 19, 2014 (2014-09-19)
Development status Active
Written in Vala (GTK+)
Operating system Linux
Platform GNOME
Available in Multilingual
Type Image organizer
License GNU LGPL v2.1
Website //Shotwell/Apps.org.gnomewiki

Shotwell is an GNOME desktop environment. In 2010, it replaced F-Spot as the standard image tool for several GNOME-based Linux distributions, including Fedora in version 13[3] and Ubuntu in its 10.10 Maverick Meerkat release.[4]

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Technical information 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Features

Shotwell can import photos and videos from a digital camera directly. Shotwell automatically groups photos and videos by date, and supports tagging. Its image editing features allow users to straighten, crop, eliminate red eye, and adjust levels and color balance. It also features an auto "enhance" option that will attempt to guess appropriate levels for the image.

Shotwell allows users to publish their images and videos to Facebook, Flickr, Picasa Web Albums, Piwigo[5] and YouTube.

Technical information

The Yorba Foundation wrote Shotwell in the gThumb.

See also

References

  1. ^ https://lists.launchpad.net/elementary-dev-community/msg02948.html
  2. ^ Nelson, Jim (2014-09-19). "Announcing Shotwell 0.20.0". Shotwell mailing list. Yorba. Retrieved 2014-09-19. 
  3. ^ 4.1.7. Shotwell replaces Gthumb and F-Spot as default photo organizer, 4. Changes in Fedora for Desktop Users, Fedora Documentation
  4. ^ See Ya F-Spot! Shotwell to be default Image App in Ubuntu 10.10, 5/13/2010 by d0od, OMG! Ubuntu!
  5. ^ Shotwell connector for Piwigo

External links

  • Official website


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