Kalimages Photo Database 1.016

"Kalimages Photo Database" snapshot

Create a photo database, edit, search IPTC headers from image folders

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Patrick Peccatte
Price:
$36
File size:
5.02 Mb
Date added:
September 26, 2004
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Description from the Publisher
Expert catalog solution for all digital camera users, photographers, photographic libraries, newspapers to collect and edit IPTC data about photos into a searchable pictures database. With Kalimages, manage easily your photo collection and use it as a professional assistant that helps you locating, tagging, categorizing images from your photo folders with preview, thumbnails, search and edit options, templates to standardize embedded IPTC metadata. Better describe digital photos, analyse keyword occurences, create XML or HTML outputs even integrate with FOP processor for PDF creation. Thumbnails for : JPEG, TIFF not compressed, PSD (Photoshop), BMP, GIF, PNG, etc. Display and search on file name and IPTC fields for: JPEG, TIFF not compressed, PSD (Photoshop). Kalimages will in addition, provide you with enhanced functions to update standard and non standard IPTC IIM fields including the use of your own templates to classify and speed up cataloguing. http://www.Kalimages.com
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