Anrieff's Gallery Generator for Linux 0.3.1 freeware
Anrieff's Gallery Generator for Linux is an easy to use application designed to create a .HTML gallery from a collection of images.
In addition, this software provides users with the ability to rotate and resize their images or create thumbnails.
Preserves Exif metadata, can display info & statistics. Milti-camera time synchronization and other batch features.
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|0.3.1||Aug 24, 2014||New Release||Regression from 0.2.5: crash when creating a new project with "Sort by Exif date" turned on;
Empty gallery when the source images are not larger than the output images (sometimes, depends on character case);
Holding the Shift key while browsing through the gallery using the mouse scroll will display only the non-excluded images (i.e., what would end up in the resulting gallery);
Stability improvements in gallery generation code, and project file saving code;
With auto-save on, creating a new project sometimes resulted in an unexpected overwrite of the old project file with the data of the new project, wiping out the contents of the old project file; fixed.
|0.3.0||May 16, 2012||New Release||* Unicode support. AGG now fully supports gallery titles, file names, comments, title pictures and anything in any language you wish;
* Localization support. AGG's interface can now be translated in your native language (see the list of available translations). Don't hesitate to contact me if you want to contribute a translation!
* Batch transfer Exif tool (suggested by Stefano Maraspin);
* Auto-save option (auto-saves your current project every 2 minutes).
* Gamma-aware resizing. You can select this option in order to have absolutely precise resizing, performed in linear RGB, instead of the gamma-compressed sRGB (the differences are outlined in this article).