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Krokus

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Works With Distributions
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • Moblin
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Xandros
Specifications
Main functions: * developed in C++, using only OpenSource libraries * Support for popular graphics formats (jpg, tiff, png, gif) and 16bit tiffs * easy to use interface * customizable layout (based on table or not ;)), with the possibility to move, rotate and resize photos * Color management system (lcms) * all data stored in xml * basic photo editing: changes in sharpness, contrast, brightness, color, saturation, color balance, cropping * Automatic preset loading for viewing and / or print (Eg automatic sharpening of all photos) * Print a poster, with highliting of pages * Wizards: index of photos, a simple monthly and yearly calendar and poster which can be printed on a printer without borderless printing * the addition of short, one line notes, with the possibility of rotation and simple editions (the color, size, font) * Print support via external command, with remembering it, also it can be assigned to the default action of print button * editing using third party applications available from the menu (with the possibility of defining them in the settings)
Book Description
Krokus is intended to be a fully functional equivalent of many printing software available on Windows. Its name is in honor of Polish enlargers which were used by many generations of photographers in Poland.
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