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Gallery Mage

Gallery Mage is a client side photo gallery management system designed to work with online gallery display scripts such as SPGM. Using Gallery Mage, one can select, caption, rotate, crop, resize, and upload photos taken with a digital camera to an online photo gallery. The rotate, crop, and resize parameters are stored as text data with the images, and the operations are only performed on a copy of the photo while exporting, thus preserving the original picture files. Gallery Mage provides abstraction from the online display software.

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  •  24 Jun 2007 12:43

    Release Notes: Significant speed optimization was done by using JAI for image processing. Improvements were made to interface and usability. The ability to view all photos or just selected/unselected photos was added. RAW+JPEG support was improved (for Canon DSLR cameras).

    •  26 Apr 2005 17:43

      Release Notes: An FTP "Please login with USER and PASS" bug has been fixed.

      •  03 Apr 2005 20:02

        Release Notes: This release adds PDF documentation, a reverse rotate ability, an Upload after Export option, a feature to disable FTP settings, an AutoSave feature (enabled by default), a Coppermine export plugin, checking of updates every five runs, and HTML documentation.

        •  29 Mar 2005 15:22

          Release Notes: This release focused on making the software much more user friendly and just nicer to use in general. Images now load in the background, so you can start captioning and rotating while the gallery is still loading. An easy FTP upload option has been added, so you can upload your images with the click of a button. The ability to modify the export settings (such as size) from within the program was added.

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