Picture Database Viewer
Graphical application to view images from a given directory and/or "database" file.
create screenshots without the need of confirmation
A simple little screenshot grabber that can dump the content of your screen into an image file in several formats. Supported formats are: - bmp - png - jpg - pbm - ppm - xbm - xpm Main difference to standard desktop environment screen tools is that it doesn't need any user interaction during the dump. Everything (pattern for filenames, format, output directory) is configured at start. After that you can simply create an unlimited number of screenshots (well it's actually limited by amount of available hard-drive space) by just using the configurable hotkey and no further need for any interaction. Multithreading is used to enable capturing many frames in a short time interval. Works with "normal" applications on the desktop as well as with OpenGL games (that's the only stuff I've tested). Developed and tested on Linux only (may also work on other systems, you're free to try). Note: Some keys may not be assignable as triggers for screenshot grabbing.
Present video folder overview in a new way. Have a lot of files from camcorder or actioncam. Need to sort them, dispose poor videos, edit (shorten) some that are to long and so on. The usual file managers show only 1 thumbnail per video, that is not enough. Note this is NOT a video editor, it is only a special file manager and shows much better information on your videos. Requirements: Python3, Gkt, ffmpeg. About the screenshot: 2nd file clearly a mistake: all black. 5th file clearly a mistake: device recording while fiddling with the settings. Todo: - improve time to start-up. - add drag-n-drop. - add file features delete, copy, rename. (this is now experimental) - consider migration to Qt.
A Landsat 8 scene viewer
Viewpix allows the user to load all eleven bands of a Landsat 8 Level 1 data set into memory concurrently. You can scroll and view each band at full resolution. Change bands instantly with a single key press. Band 8 is 15 meters resolution, all other bands are 30m resolution. A 30m resolution gray scale scene is generated by Viewpix and is presented as band 12. Each Landsat 8 scene is roughly 190 X 180 kilometers. Viewpix was originally written as a simple platform to test GPU software on low end computer systems. This is the "lite" version of Viewpix as it has no cuda filters installed. Viewpix is written in C. It is tested on Ubuntu and Centos. It should work with most current Linux distributions. Viewpix runs efficiently on computers with modest CPU's such as low power mini-ITX boards. It is known to work nicely on Intel NUC, AMD A6 SOC , and NVIDIA TX2. A multiple core cpu, 8 GB ram, and a large capacity hard drive are suggested.
Lightweight image viewer
Viewer for media data with only dependency being Qt-Lib (tested with 4.8 and 5.5). With thumbnails, fullscreen preview, slideshow,.... Support for various image formats (jpeg, png, gif, raw, etc.) and EXIF-Data. Support for image formats depends on used Qt version. EXIF support requires libexif (tested with version 0.6.21).
Mutiara is a border motif designer with an interesting twist. Even non-artists can easily design pleasing motifs.
A Fractal Zoomer with various functions.
An application that lets you render some of the most known fractal functions. It comes with alot of options to further enhance your fractal experience! Its easy to use and does not require installation. A java version higher than 1.8 is required to be installed.
Advanced Photo View & Rotate & Flip & Resize Photos