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GQview is a convenient, configurable image browser that runs well regardless of desktop environment

GQview is a free software image viewer created by John Ellis using the GTK+ toolkit, designed to run on the X Window System. For MS Windows, an unofficial port is also available.

GQview is a convenient, configurable image browser that runs well regardless of desktop environment, though it does require GTK 2.2. It has a couple of features especially useful in archiving digital camera photos.

For example, "auto rename" allows one to rename a bunch of photos at one go. In addition, JPEG images can be easily rotated 90 degrees cw or ccw. Gqview can also call on an external editor such as The GIMP for more complex image editing. It also includes a rather interesting feature, "duplicate finder". If you're looking for a decent image viewer and album program then Gqview might be what you are looking for.
Features.

* Viewing images, including RAW formats
* Thumbnail images in the directory browser
* One-click photo organizer/sorter
* Slideshow and full-screen modes
* Viewing Exif data for images
* Timeline browser (only in 2.1.1 beta), similar to Picasa

Download GQview from the links below. GTK+ 2.4.x or newer is required.

Fedora Core 6 is used to build the RPMs on this page.

SuSe RPMs can be found here, provided by Pascal Bleser

Source RPMs are not provided, instead binary RPMS can be rebuilt with the source package using the command "rpmbuild -tb gqview-x.x.x.tar.gz".

A Windows Port has it's own project page, maintained by Weixiao.

MD5 checksums for all releases are provided in this list.

Home pages for the libraries are on the Overview page. Please visit them for more information.

All versions (including old) are also listed on the GQview project download page.

Source code Binaries
gqview-2.0.4.tar.gz (1509k) gqview-2.0.4-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 6, 756k)
gqview-2.0.3.tar.gz (1507k) gqview-2.0.3-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 6, 756k)
gqview-2.0.2.tar.gz (1432k) gqview-2.0.2-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 5, 733k)
gqview-2.0.1.tar.gz (1296k) gqview-2.0.1-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 3, 653k)
Development series
gqview-2.1.5.tar.gz (1645k) gqview-2.1.5-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 6, 821k)
gqview-2.1.4.tar.gz (1607k) gqview-2.1.4-1.i386.rpm (Fedora Core 6, 809k)
Library download sites

GTK (ftp.gtk.org or www.gtk.org)

gdk-pixbuf (ftp.gnome.org) only required by GQview 1.2.2 and older.


Images are color reduced to increase compression.

Additional screen shots of features new in GQview 2.0 can be found here.

The main window (default configuration):
main window default

These next three display a few of the window layout possibilities:
custom layout 1

custom layout 2

custom layout 3

A collection window:
collection window

The Find Duplicates window:
find duplicates window

The batch rename dialog (auto rename in rename dialog):
batch rename dialog

The EXIF sidebar:
EXIF sidebar

The sort manager:
sort manager




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About Hugo Repetto

Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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