JCap is a Java application for adding captions and descriptions to your digital photograph collection and includes a search dialog for finding photos later. It is completely self-contained; it doesn't require a separate database application or Web server to run. Captions, descriptions, and keywords are stored in plain text files in the same folder as the images they describe and can be read by any application that can read text files. The primary goals are: to help you find photos later, to help share photos with others, and to be able to read photo captions and descriptions thirty years from now on whatever computer you happen to have at the time.
This software allows you to download the photos made with the Samsung SGH-v200 (and possibly other units) via the serial link cable provided by Samsung. More protocol information is provided in the source file to improve the software to manage call lists, phone books, and other features.
QuikKopy is a command-line utility which copies images from a source directory to a destination directory, creating a structured library of digital images. It can also perform batch resizing and manipulation of images using ImageMagick. It is designed for use with large collections of raw images, such as those downloaded from a digital camera.
BlogPlanet is a blog client written in J2ME primarily for smartphones. It lets users make new posts to their blog, edit them later, and delete them. The editor features a user definable dictionary and directly supports some HTML formatting. On phones that support the Mobile Media API, the camera can be used to take pictures and include them in the blog entries. It supports all BloggerAPI-compliant XML-RPC supporting systems (Blogger.com, MovableType, B2, Radio Userland).
Frameworks is a stop-motion animation frame capture software application for Linux. Frameworks captures images from a camera and strings them together into an animation. These still PNG images may then be combined into a single video file using other software. Only video4linux webcams are currently supported. Frameworks is designed to be easily used alongside the GIMP Animation Package (GAP). It supports frame averaging, onion skinning, and continuous preview.