Read, write and edit metadata
Perl library and command-line application for reading, writing and editing meta information (EXIF, IPTC, XMP, and more) in a wide variety of file formats (JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PDF, RAW, and more).
A free and open source screenshot tool optimized for productivity
Greenshot is a lightweight screenshot software tool for Windows that quickly creates screenshots of a selected region, window, or full screen; you can even capture complete (scrolling) web pages from Internet Explorer. Greenshot easily annotates, highlights, or obfuscates parts of the screenshot. Greenshot also exports screenshots in various ways: save to file, send to printer, copy to clipboard, attach to e-mail, send Microsoft Office programs, or upload to photo sites like Flickr or Picasa. And Greenshot has a lot more options, to simplify the creation of, and work with, screenshots every day. Overall, Greenshot is easy to understand and configurable, that's why it is an efficient tool for project managers, software developers, technical writers, testers, and anyone else creating screenshots.
HTML5 editor, free and open-source website builder based on Silex
This editor is a free and open-source online tool which lets you design html pages with an interface very close to dreamweaver's or powerpoint's one. But we've put a special touch in it ;) The HTML5 editor is now available online and called Silex. Only developers will want to download Silex source code from github. **No need to download it, simply follow the link bellow**
Merge many picture sequence as a picture. In Software develop on UI, we need merge some small image as one picture for save resource. These work so tedious, waste of time. Now this tool help you do it. So Fast,so Easy. \nDevelop Env: VC2012, QT
A Lightroom3 Plugin that compares the development parameters of two different pictures. A comparison between selected picture and a reference preset is possible, too. Similarities are not shown by design.
Not your usual Architectural Modeler
Why do Archicad and Revit only share 30 or 40% of the global architectural sofware market ? Maybe because lots of small practices find these software unadapted to the way they work, and to their bank account. I think there's place for an open software that doesn't work like the existing. It will be simple in its tools and processes, and will have infinite capabilities. This will be possible by defining a logical structure. As I am an architect, and I know very little about programming, and wouldn't reach even in 10 years the necessary level to be able to write anything useful for this type of software, my part will be to bring ideas and coherence to this project. If you want to know some more : - go to the blog https://sourceforge.net/p/mollino/blog/ - write me a message ;) I speak french, german, english and italian. Martin Lucas