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JBrout

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JBrout
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JBrout 0.2
JBrout 0.2
Developer(s)Marc Lentz
Initial release1 January 2002; 18 years ago (2002-01-01)
Stable release
0.3.345 / October 11, 2012; 8 years ago (2012-10-11)
Written inPython (PyGTK)
Engine
    Operating systemUnix-like, Windows[1]
    TypeImage organizer
    LicenseGNU General Public License
    Websitejbrout.manatlan.com

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    JBrout is a free Image organizer and tag editor for JPEG format picture management application. JBrout was created in 2002 by Marc Lentz, this software is cross-platform (Linux and Microsoft Windows) and allows the user – through a user-friendly interface – to associate keywords to pictures (IPTC tags) and perform extensive searches on these keywords.

    The links to download any version of this were not working in November 2017.

    Features[edit]

    The software allows navigation:

    • by album (similar to a file explorer),
    • by tag (that a user can create and file by category/sub-category),
    • or by time period (using Exif data, JBrout files them per day/month).

    Many features are incorporated in the software, making it possible to:

    • rotate pictures losslessly,
    • use and modify Exif information,
    • create a HTML gallery,
    • export pictures on a Flickr account or Google Picasa Web Album (discontinued in 2016 but can be downloaded from some non-Google sites,
    • modify selected pictures with another software,
    • or use a basket system to select images.

    Advantages of JBrout[edit]

    • Keywords are stored with the pictures (using IPTC metadata), making their exchange easier: When sending a picture, its associated keywords are also sent. This method of storing information offers a certain durability of data since keywords are not dependent on an external file.
    • JBrout uses thumbnails (mini-pictures) associated with the picture (Exif info). This prevents creating extra files while allowing reasonably fast previews.
    • JBrout can create a large collection of pictures very quickly.

    Limits of JBrout[edit]

    So far, JBrout handles JPEG format pictures only. This format is commonly used by digital cameras.

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