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CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images

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CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images

CIM is a simple C++ / QT GUI application for organizing, viewing, archival and editing capabilitiesImage Manager CIM has all the standard (most used) tools for working with archives images, images in the selected directory are indexed and displayed as thumbnails. You can add an image, copy, move, rename individual images and/or directories), merge, and delete, batch processing is supported and duplicate search, view and edit EXIF metadata.

Browse the directory of images is possible in normal mode, and a slide show, search for images by filename, metadata, and other criteria. Complete with the "image Manager " there is an editor that provides filters to correct the most common defects in Amateur pictures and a few simple effects.

The image Manager and editor, supported image formats BMP, JPG, JPEG, MNG, PNG, PBM, PGM, PPM, TIF, TIFF (8 and 16-bit), XBM, XPM, SVG and GIF (view only). Image editor CIM can be used separately, without running the "image Manager", an application management focused on the use of the mouse.

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux MintCIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images on Linux Mint

License: GPLv2 / LGPLv2

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http://sourceforge.net/projects/cimphoto/

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