pHoToMoLo is a toolset for managing JPEG images in JFIF or Exif format.
This is the primary distribution site for my digital photography utilities. See also the freshmeat.net project page.
Please read the release notes for version 1.3 and the change log.
I originally developed this software package in order to transform my wedding pictures into an easily browseable format that can be viewed from read-only media.
|Debian GNU/Linux||http://itp.tugraz.at/Comp/debian sarge main||Andreas Hirczy|
|Win32||photomolo-win32-1_2_5.zip||Marko Mäkelä||No installer; compiled on Windows XP SP2 with MinGW|
|Mac OS X||photomolo-1.2.3.dmg||Thomas Kaiser||Installed under
-jfor multi-threaded operation on other platforms than Win32. Fixed a bug in
photomolo -Jthat was introduced in release 1.2.5.
-Vfor displaying the version number. Added
-wfor overwriting the original files. Fixed a bug in
-Pto indicate progress. Added
photomolooptions for creating a separate thumbnail directory tree with links to the original files and for invoking an external conversion program to handle other than JPEG images.
exifiron, improved the HTML generated by
jpegnailto embed precomputed thumbnail images)
jpegcom, cleaned up all code)
-Sfor saving output in separate directories, and added a sample
), and corrected a fatal bug introduced in the Win32 version of
The following scripts are in the public domain. You may find them useful.
exifironcopies images from removable storage, such as Compact Flash cards or USB attached storage.
exifironand GNOME copies images when a removable storage medium is inserted, such as Compact Flash cards or USB attached storage.
in them. This script provides an easy mechanism for entering image comments in Nautilus:
ext3file system, it is 255 bytes, while a JPEG COM marker can be up to 64 kilobytes long. Also, file managers may have problems displaying very long file names.