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    Good Linux or web based photo organizers?


    Any recommendations? I use a Chromebook but I have a Linux computer to so web based or installed is fine either way. I want to organize all the pictures I have and maybe add some cool effects to them.

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    Which Linux Distro are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpghost6 View Post
    Any recommendations? I use a Chromebook but I have a Linux computer to so web based or installed is fine either way. I want to organize all the pictures I have and maybe add some cool effects to them.
    Does digiKam meets your needs? Most distros have it.
    Inside digiKam only basic effects are possible. To add cool effects from digiKam you can open any picture with another tool (i.e. gimp, showFoto, inkscape).

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    or Shotwell, I use XNview on my Windows 7 at Work, it has a Linux version and Mobile version.

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    Linux Mint 15

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    I don't know why I forgot about GIMP! I've always needed a reason to use it!

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