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Exiv2 library release 0.18

I relay here Andreas Huggel post about the new Exiv2 0.18 release, available to download with main changes listed below:

  • Write-support for TIFF, DNG, NEF,PEF, PNG and JP2 images.
  • Makernote updates.
  • Access to image previews.

On Windows, Exiv2 can now be built as a DLL. In addition to the changes in the 0.18 pre-releases, the Exiv2 command line utility has new options to show all (Exif, IPTC and XMP) metadata and to list and extract preview images.

It's the work of many and marks a major milestone in the history of Exiv2.

Kipi-plugins 0.2.0-beta5 for KDE4 released

The 5th KDE4 beta release of digiKam plugins box is out.

smugmugexportkipiplugin-kde4

With this new release, a new plugin named SmugExport is born. It's dedicated to export images to SmugMug web service.

digiKam and kipi-plugins release for KDE3...

Dear all digiKam fans and users!

digikam0.9.5-beta2

Before to close this year, a new digiKam beta release and a new stable kipi-plugins release have be done for KDE3, especially as bug fix and translations updates. Also, shared libraries libkexiv2 and libkdcraw have been updated.

digiKam 0.9.5-beta2 tarball can be downloaded from SourceForge at this url

digiKam bugs triage...

Since few days, team works on KDE bugzilla to clean bugs database before to release digiKam 0.10.0-beta7 for KDE4 and digiKam 0.9.5-beta2 for KDE3.

setupcollection-kde4

More than 30 files have been closed in 3 days, and less than one quarter of all files have been parsed. Note than digiKam and DigikamImagePlugins component in bugzilla counts around 500 entries.

Kipi-plugins 0.2.0-beta4 for KDE4 released

The 4th beta release of digiKam plugins box is out.

printwizard-0.2.0-beta4-win32

With this new release, Calendar and PrintWizard plugins have been ported to KDE4. Another tool have been added to batch remove red eyes automatically. it's based on OpenCV library.

digiKam 0.10.0-beta6 release for KDE4

Dear all digiKam fans and users!

The digiKam development team is happy to release the 6th beta release dedicated to KDE4. The digiKam tarball can be downloaded from SourceForge.

0.10.0-beta6-win32

Take care, it's always a BETA code with many of new bugs not yet fixed... Do not use yet in production...

KDE3 version still the stable release and have been published this summer.

New kipi-plugin: Automatically remove red-eyes (in batch mode)

Some years ago, we had an addition to our family and I took a lot of photos in that time. During the months I had taken nearly 2000 images of the newborn, but most of them had red-eyes on it.
This happens quite a lot with little children since their pupils don't close that fast and the light of the camera flash is reflected by the eye.

new batch red eyes removal tool

digikam 0.9.5-beta1 release

Dear all digiKam fans and users!

The digiKam development team is happy to start a new serie of KDE3 releases. The digiKam 0.9.5-beta1 tarball can be downloaded from SourceForge. Noteworthy features added since the last stable release include a new RAWImport tool, embedding all image plugin dialogs in editor window, as usual a lot of bug fixes - see below for a complete list of new features and fixed bugs.

Kipi-plugins 0.2.0-beta3 for KDE4 released

The 3rd beta release of digiKam plugins box is out.

With this new release, Kipi-plugins are now compilable under Windows using MinGW and Microsoft Visual C++. Precompiled packages are available with KDE-Windows installer. See KDE-Windows project for details.

flickrexportwin32_02

See below the list of new features and bugs-fix coming with this release:

digiKam 0.10.0-beta5 release for KDE4

Dear all digiKam fans and users!

The digiKam development team is happy to release the 5th beta release dedicated to KDE4. The digiKam tarball can be downloaded from SourceForge.

showfoto-win32

With this new release, digiKam is now compilable under Windows using MinGW and Microsoft Visual C++. Precompiled packages are available with KDE-Windows installer. See KDE-Windows project for details.

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