mapivi 0.9.7-1 source package in Ubuntu


mapivi (0.9.7-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
  * Main upstream changes from 0.9.1 to 0.9.7
    - May now browse pictures by location (from IPTC data)
    - Improved the Crop, EXIF date, Search-duplicate and the import dialog
    - IPTC caption is now editable in main window
    - Some XMP operations are now available (needs ExifTool)
    - Added support for RAW, XMP and WAV files (files are moved, copied and
      renamed along with their JPEG file)
    - Added several lossless JPEG operations, like add border and add
    - Several other improvements and bugfixes
  * Removed Debian patch for timezone fix as it is now in upstream
  * Added watchfile
  * Added icons to /usr/share/mapivi
  * Modified mapivi to read from /usr/share rather than copy to user's
    homedir, per agreement with upstream
  * Removed POD block that appears to have been a comment, not actual POD

 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Wed,  29 Apr 2009 12:03:49 +0100

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mapivi: Photo viewer and organizer with emphasis on IPTC fields

 Cross-platform (UNIX, Mac OS X, and Windows) picture manager and organizer,
 Mapivi is a stand alone tool, there is no need for a web server, online
 access or a database.
 Deals with EXIF data (like timestamp, camera model, focal length, exposure
 time, aperture, etc.), and is able to rename the pictures according to their
 internal date/time, to display and modify JPEG comments and to do lossless
 The idea of using Mapivi as an picture organizer is to keep user, EXIF, and
 IPTC information where it belongs -- in the pictures -- as well in a
 searchable Mapivi database.
 Mapivi is also able to do image processing. Mapivi serves here as a
 frontend (GUI) for many proven command line tools, like the Image Magick
 Home page: <> or <> or