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dificil, muy dificil. K3b ha solucionado siempre el problema del quemado en linux, de una manera automatizada y amigable. Sin embargo, digikam logro que me alejara casí totalmente del uso de window$ cuando reconocio mi cámara digital... así que va por digikam......;¬)
I voted for F-Spot. The latest versions 0.4.* are hugely better than the 0.3.* versions. The tagging and searching is brilliant, it integrates absolutely beautifully with Gimp, UFRaw and other external tools such as Photo Grid Print, PhotoPrint, Evolution, Gthumb and so on and has a good set of export tools (flickr, picasaweb, facebook etc) and new tools for RAW+JPEG merging. The metadata browsing, tagging and search is so good that I no longer feel I'm missing out on anything compared with all those "pro" workflow tools available on the dark side. But I don't think it belongs in the same category as K3b or acidrip, it should be in with the graphics tools, not multimedia. You can't play music or movies with F-Spot, only manage/edit photos.