image manipulation/handling plugins for KIPI aware programs
DescriptionKIPI plugins (KDE Image Plugin Interface) is an effort to develop a common plugin structure for digiKam, KPhotoAlbum (formerly known as KimDaBa), Showimg and Gwenview. Its aim is to share image plugins among graphic applications. Current plugins ported to Qt4/KDE4:
AcquireImages : acquire images using flat scanner
Calendar : create calendars
DngConverter : convert Raw Image to Digital NeGative
Facebook : import/export images to/from a remote Facebook
FlickrExport : export images to a remote Flickr based web service
GalleryExport : export images to a remote Gallery (and Gallery 2)
GPSSync : geolocalize pictures
HTMLExport : export images collections into a static XHTML page
ImageViewer : preview images using OpenGL
JpegLossLess : rotate/flip images without losing quality
MetadataEdit : edit EXIF, IPTC and XMP metadata
PicasaWebExport : export images to a remote Picasa web service
PrintImage : print images in various format
RawConverter : convert Raw Image to JPEG/PNG/TIFF
RemoveRedEyes : remove red eyes on image automatically
SendImages : send images by e-mail
SimpleViewerExport : export images to Flash using SimpleViewer
SlideShow : Slide images with 2D and 3D effects using OpenGL
Smug : import/export images to/from a remote SmugMug
TimeAdjust : adjust date and time
IpodExport : export pictures to an Ipod device
BatchProcess : batch process images (convert, resize, rename, etc.)
KIOExport : export images to remote computer using network protocol
Shwup : export images to Shwup web service
ExpoBlending : create pseudo HDR image with a stack of bracketed images
PiwigoExport : export images to a remote Piwigo
DebianScreenshots : export images to Debian Screenshots web service
Kopete : export images to an instant messaging contact
YandexFotki : export images to Yandex web service
MediaWiki : export images to Mediawiki based web service
RajceExport : export images to Rajce web service
Vkontakte : export images to VKontakte web service
PhotoLayoutEditor : assemble images together
ImageShackExport : export images to ImageShack web service
ImgurExport : export images to ImgUr web service
DLNAExport : export collection on DLNA network servicePorting under progress to Qt4/KDE4:
WallPaper : set image as background on your desktopNot yet ported to Qt4/KDE4:
CDArchiving : archive your image collections to a CD or DVD
MpegEncoder : create an MPEG slideshow with a set of images
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