CIM

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A simple photo editing and printing program. Common photo editing features and image file formats are supported. Layers and pixel editing are not supported. Version 0.90 and later includes manageImages, a photo archive manager.

Versions are now available for both Linux and Windows.

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Features

  • The archive manager, mangeImages, provides tools for maintaining the structure and contents of the archive.
  • Adding, copying and moving images are accomplished without introducing duplicates or file name collisions.
  • Copying and Moving are accomplished with an intuitive left-to-right user interface.
  • Batch processing, searching on metadata and slideshows are provided.
  • The photo editor, cim, supports standard image formats and editing features with a very simple user interface.
  • Advanced editing features, such as cropping templates for various printer paper sizes, light fill gradients, lens (barrel and pincushion) distortion removal and keystone distortion removal are also provided with a very easy-to-use interface.

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  • hoodbild
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    You might want to remove the "feature" of being unable to resize the window - it makes it pretty unusable on multi-monitor setups, especially with unusually screen geometry/layout.

    Posted 05/27/2014
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), X Window System (X11)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2009-04-14
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