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Old 03-29-2004, 03:34 AM   #1
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any good image viewing soft in Linux that is simular to ACDSEE?

I am looking for soemthing that will go foward and backwards inside a folder and display images in sequence; or has a forward and backward arrow for the "next mage".
Old 03-29-2004, 03:35 AM   #2
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XnView, Gqview, Pixie (i think), Fbi
Old 03-29-2004, 04:02 AM   #3
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I know this is sort of redundant redundant, but...

XnView is really slick. I use it for all my digital stuff. It does conversion from and to almost any format. Makes nice slideshows, too. My wife even uses the WIN version now, she is a convert from ACDSEE.
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ps - it scrolls forward and back through the directory with the mouse wheel...
Old 03-29-2004, 05:53 AM   #5
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Great little app, connects to cameras, does slide shows, batch resizes/naming, convert a directory of images into an mpeg, create html picture galleries for the web.............. I love it. It isn't a advanced graphic editing program, but instead has most of the features an every day user would want for picture management.

Digikam uses a plugin architecture for additional functionalities. Currently implemented plugins are listed below:

RAW CONVERTER PLUGIN : Raw files converter.
SLIDESHOW PLUGIN : Slide show an album.
MPEG ENCODER PLUGIN : MPEG images encoder.
ALBUM HTML EXPORT PLUGIN : Web Albums page creation.
RESIZEIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch resizing images.
ALBUM COMMENTS EDITOR PLUGIN : batch images comments editor.
PRINT WIZARD PLUGIN : Multiples images printing.
JPEGLOSSLESS PLUGIN : Batch operations images with JPEG loss less.
CD ARCHIVING PLUGIN : CD/DVD albums archiving.
SCANIMAGES PLUGIN : Images acquisitions with a scanner.
CALENDAR PLUGIN : Calendar creation.
SENDIMAGES PLUGIN : E-mail images.
RENAMEIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch rename images.
CONVERTIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch convert images.
BORDERIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch bordering images.
FILTERIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch filtering images.
COLORIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch colors enhancement images.
EFFECTIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch FX transforming images.
MISCSOPERATIONS PLUGIN : Adding some miscs options in Digikam.
FINDDUPPLICATEIMAGES PLUGIN : Find dupplicate images in Albums database.
SCREENSHOTIMAGES PLUGIN : Desktop snapshot images acquisitions.
RECOMPRESSIMAGES PLUGIN : Batch recompressing images.

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