PhotoDirectory is a cross-platform Java based application for organizing your digital photos.
To use PhotoDirectory, you need to first create a library of images. You can select a pre-existing directory if you want, but be aware that it will change the directory structure, and move files around.
When you first open that library, PhotoDirectory creates thumbnails for all the images that it can find.
Once the thumbnails are created, you can view the library. If users change an image name or date, it will be moved into a new directory within the library, based on the date.
Here are some key features of "PhotoDirectory":
· Multithreaded IO intensive operations
· Functional menus (Import, Move, etc)
· Quick Searching for pictures within the library
· Details view with zoom
· Edit images in external application (currently just for OS X - uses /Applications/GraphicConverter, but soon will be a user configurable option)
· Java 1.5 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed an export bug which prevented multiple photos of the same name to be exported
· Implemented user-configurable external apps (for rotate, open in external, etc)