ffDiaporama is an application for assembling photos and videos. It is especially suitable for preserving memories of holidays. It was inspired by presentation software such as Impress or Powerpoint. It can read all image formats, most camera and camcorder video formats, and the most commonly used music formats. It includes 140 transitions and a device database to enable the videos to be correctly rendered for more than 50 models of video viewing devices (including smartphones, tablets, and home cinema systems). ffDiaporama can manage several hundred slides. Each slide can contain tens of shots and tens of blocks, with each shot containing its own block settings. The application itself calculates all the shot transformations.
e-Photogallery is a Web-based photo gallery. It supports very large galleries and large files. Archive files (zip, rar, gzip, bzip2, tar) can be used for uploading photos. Most bitmap formats are supported, as well as SVG, PS, PDF, and EPS. Whole photo folders can be downloaded in various output formats and sizes. Other features include searching, tagging of photos and folders, and online resizing of thumbnails, and extensive control of access rights. EXIF data is read and used.
Apache PhotArk is a photo gallery application including a content repository for the images, a display piece, an access control layer, and upload capabilities. The idea is to have a rigid design for the content repository with a very flexible display piece. The images in the content repository will be protected with granular access control.
PhotoCatalog can import GPS data from various formats such as CSV, GPX, and InstaMapper (in the case of InstaMapper, it is a live stream) and create a Map that is updated live during your travels. It can also import data from Twitter or FourSquare, RSS extract any GPS data they have or supplement them with existing GPS data, and place them on a map as well as keeping a personal archive. It can then import photos via file upload, email, or scanning an existing folder, geotag photos lacking GPS data, sort, rotate, scale, and [losslessly] compress them as necessary and place them on a map. It can also push them to Facebook automatically and fill in a caption and/or comment with them.