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Re: No dual boot for FC4! Photo management software suggestion please

On 6/13/05, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen gmail com> wrote:
> For my upcomming installation of FC4 I finally convinced the better
> half that we do not need dual boot. That is, of course, If I can find
> a replacemnet for the LAST bit of windows software that we use:
> BrilliantPhoto.
> We need a photo management program that lets us store names of places/
> people as IPTC data in the photo itself. The program would let us
> add/edit this data and search based upon it.
> I looked at Mapivi but had many problems installing it. I had also
> tried to run BrilliantPhoto in wine with no success.
> I'm open to all types of suggestions. Although I would prefer Open
> Source software, I'm willing to look at anything including commercial
> software and even software designed for other OS's that I can run in
> wine or by some other method. Right now I have no solution other than
> a dual-boot machine.
> Thanks.
> Dotan
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Have you looked into KDE photo apps?  They have several that deal with
photo organisation and tag editing:

 http://www.kde-apps.org/ (look under 'Graphic')

I believe the best is digikam (with the plugins installed) but there
are several packages for you to try.


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