ImageMagick (TM) is a package for the automated and interative manipulation of images. It supports the display and interactive manipulation of images when used with the X Window System. Although the software is copyrighted by ImageMagick Studio, it is available for free and can be redistributed without fee. ImageMagick may be used as a component of both open source and proprietary applications. ImageMagick compiles and runs under Unix, Linux, Windows '95 and later, Apple MacOS, and Compaq VMS. Binary packages are available for most operating systems. Application programming interfaces (APIs) are provided to support development of image processing applications in the C, C++, and Perl languages.
album is a free HTML/XHTML photo album and gallery generator that supports themes/skins. You can choose different themes or write your own to get different layouts and styles. It creates all your thumbnails (including directory thumbnails) and descends into directories so you can organize your photos. See the home page for more examples. album is also multi-lingual, with many languages being added all the time. N.B.: The purchase link is provided for donations; the software does not cost anything.
Allegro is a multi-platform game library for C/C++ developers that provides many functions for graphics, sounds, player input (keyboard, mouse, and joystick), and timers. It also provides fixed and floating point mathematical functions, 3D functions, file management functions, compressed datafile, and a GUI.
3Delight is a very fast RenderMan-compliant renderer designed to produce photorealistic images for serious production environments. Some of its features include ray tracing, global illumination, motion blur, depth of field, subdivision surfaces, programmable shaders, quality antialiasing, and antialiased multi-depth shadow maps. The API and the shading language are very similar to what is described in the RenderMan interface documentation.
EZFB is a polymorphic, object oriented Linux frame buffer API written in C, designed to adapt at run time to control any properly configured Linux frame buffer video system. It offers independent, simultaneous control of multiple video cards within a single system, exceptional control of colors, the ability to display all or portions of bitmap files anywhere on the screen, automatic color depth conversion, the ability to capture to bitmap files, an 8x8 bitmapped font, routines to draw points, lines, outlined and filled rectangles, signal trapping for automatic screen clean-up at process termination, and much more. The demonstration applications include a bitmap viewer, screen capture utility, screen saver, and a touch screen calibration utility and an application for generating, viewing, transforming, and saving files according to The International Laser Display Association's ILDA file format.
JAlbum makes Web albums of your digital images. No extra software is needed to view your galleries other than a Web browser. Unlike "server side" album scripts, a JAlbum gallery can be served from a plain Web server without scripting support. JAlbum's built in Web server allows you to share your albums straight from JAlbum. You can also share your albums on a CD.
PhotoFrame is a PHP4 script that automatically creates a clean Web interface (using frames) from a directory full of JPEG, PNG and GIF images. It creates thumbnails automatically and will use JPEG comments if it finds them. 20 languages are supported, and images, captions, and comments can all be administered via the Web. No database or metafiles are needed.
Gallery Constructor is a Web/CD photo album constructor. It features templating support, watermark picture support, customizable looks for galleries, high-quality resampling when resizing images, compatibility with Exif-information from the camera, the ability to add selected tags to your gallery information, the ability to stamp a copyright text to pictures in order to prevent unauthorized use, support for unlimited depths of sub-folders, an FTP client with support for passive mode (for compatibility with firewalls and proxies), and transparent communication with the Through-the-lens.net directory service.