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Bambi Editor


Have fun with images!

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BambiEditor is a user friendly desktop image manipulation tool capable of easy and fast filter transformations and no-nonse printing. BambiEditor is also a web authoring tool for developers to allow their end users to upload images scaled exactly to specific web requirements. Simply deploy Bambi as Java Web Start, replace the default FilesystemImageExporter plugin with one of web upload plugins and you're good to go! It offers cam support by integrating native libs from OpenIMAJ, so it still runs on all platforms. Bambi's roots date back to 2010 when I wrote a customized applet image uploader for a friend of mine. Since then I've added so many enhancements it grew to a stand alone app that you see today ...

BambiEditor utlizes in part JavaFX, therefore the mimimum Java required to run Bambi is Java SE 7 update 6 - first Java to bundle FX.

For more information and to try BambiEditor's web uploading capabilities visit our web site (below). Have fun!

Bambi Editor Web Site


  • Image Editing
  • Image Printing
  • Web Cam Picture Taking
  • Photo Uploading (to any web destination)
  • Built-In Security (MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, RSA)
  • Plugin Architecture


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