Photo Lens for Unity errors & crashes
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2013
Keep getting this:
The application Photo Lens for Unity has closed unexpectedly
It keeps asking me to relaunch or keep closed.
How can I fix this?
Can Some one Update the Ubuntu Wikipedia Page with UDSM Photo?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 18, 2010
Replace the UDS-Karmic Photo with the Maverick one.
ios photo transfer jailbreak only howto
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 16, 2011
Trasnsfer photos to your ipod on 4.2.1.
Warning: Jailbroken devices only. Only tested on ios 4.2.1 on an iPod Touch 4g. Use at your own risk.
Install ifuse and zenity. This will force the photos app to regenerate the photos database file. Uses zenity for file selection and progress bar.
files=$(zenity --file-selection --multiple | tr "|" "\n")
filecount=$(echo "$files" | wc -l)
test -n "$files" || exit 1
test -d /mnt/ipod || gksudo mkdir /mnt/ipod
test -w /mnt/ipod || gksudo chmod a+w /mnt/ipod
test -d /mnt/ipod/private || ifuse --root /mnt/ipod || exit 1
cd /mnt/ipod/private/var/mobile/Media/DCIM/100APPLE || exit 1
echo "$files" | while read file; do
echo "scale=1; 100 / ($filecount / $counter)" | bc
cp -n "$file" ./
done | zenity --progress --auto-close --width 700
for input in *.*; do
Best HQ Photo printer for Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2013
I a longtime Linux User, and a longtime photographer.
I have a Canon pro 9000 and with linux is a pain in the ass.
So I'm looking to new printer, to print HQ photo on big paper.
Did someone have any expérience with this kind of hardware under linux ?
Phantasmagoria 1.0 easy photo editing in linux Woot!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2008
finally something simple even my Mom could pick up !
it's cross platform
no more need to teach everyone in my family Gimp to do simple editing
trying it out now, remember to install Java Runtime Environment 6 from the repos
change modified date/time on photo files to match EXIF data?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 27, 2009
I am looking for some help creating a script to read exif data from photos and change the created or modified date/time to match said exif data. This script would have to be able to be given a folder, and it would go through all subfolders, and it would have to be able to handle multiple file types. I have exiftool installed, if that helps.
Thanks a million!
Fix photo file timestamp as well as Exif timestamp
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 18, 2013
I have a number of photos from my digital camera which were taken with the camera set to the wrong date. This happened in January of 2012. I suppose I was still in 2011 mode because I set my then brand new camera date to 2011.
The rest is correct (month, day, hour, minute, second) or near enough so as to not matter.
I would like a script which does the following
for PHOTO in $PHOTO_LIST
NEWDATE=$(substitute 2012 for 2011 in $OLDDATE)
set_exif_date $NEWDATE $PHOTO
set_file_date $NEWDATE $PHOTO
I am looking for a ready solution (so as to not re-invent the wheel), otherwise I will roll my own shiny new wheel and post it here.
[SOLVED] Photo editor with Date Stamp
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 18, 2007
As a recent Ubuntu convert I am loving the non MSFT experience! However, aside music and Firefox my main pc use is for digital pictures. I don't really care about software to organize the pics, but rather edit them. All the linux editors do a solid job of editing with one glaring exception - being able to put the date stamp on the picture!
I take tons of pics of my kids. I edit/touch up the pics then have them printed and we put them in photo albums. Having the date stamp info in the RAW/EXIF file is of no help when we're looking at actual prints.
On the windows side of the world I know of 2 apps that do this - PhotoBrush, which is the gold standard, and Stamp.
I desperately want to avoid using Wine to hack job this as I have drunk the Ubuntu kool-aid and want to continue to enjoy the speed and ease of use.
Help is most appreciated.
Linux Needs a GOOD photo management app
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 3, 2007
No, F-Spot is not that good. DigiKam is OK, but not great.
Does anyone else agree that great photo management software for linux does not exist? Something along the lines of google picasa would be excellent. (Yeah I know it can be run under wine, but I really would rather run a native program).
Things I would love to have in a linux photo management app.
Quick image tagging. The paradigm of current apps is terrible in my opinion, as it is not scalable when there is a large variety of different tags. For example, I like to tag every person's name in a photo, where it was taken, and any other relevant keywords.Quick EXIF data viewing/editing.Indexing database for fast photo location with searches.Quick email feature with automatic resizing.Quick upload to web service.Timelines.Organize by directory hierarchy, keywords, or date.Spectrum analysis on photos.
Maybe I am wrong, is there an app out there that will do all this?
[SOLVED] Rename photo files
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 12, 2013
Hallo to everybody, I searched a lot in the net but I wasn't able to paste correctly the information I found.
I have a dir with a lot of jpg files; many of them have quite similar subjects (2 teacher visiting a museum with their students); I'd like to create a movie (I'll use Kdenlive) but I need to order them properly before.
I thought to use imagemagik tools:
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