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Imager (perl)
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Imager is a toolkit for manipulating images from perl.
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Tags: metadata library exif perl image media
ExifTool is a platform-independent Perl library plus a command-line application for reading, writing and editing meta information in image, audio and video files. ExifTool supports many different types of metadata including EXIF, GPS, IPTC, XMP, JFIF, GeoTIFF, ICC Profile, Photoshop IRB, FlashPix, AFCP and ID3, as well as the maker notes of many digital cameras by Canon, Casio, FujiFilm, HP, JVC/Victor, Kodak, Leaf, Minolta/Konica-Minolta, Nikon, Olympus/Epson, Panasonic/Leica, Pentax/Asahi, Ric...
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Renrot is utility written on perl, it's aim is to do different processing tasks upon the files (especially those containing EXIF data).

Renrot renames files according the flexible name template (allowing DateTimeOriginal and FileModifyDate EXIF tags, if they exist, otherwise, the name will be set according to the current timestamp). Further, renrot can aggregate files according shooting time period or given template.

Additionally, it can lossless rotate JPEGs and their thumbnails, ac...

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Set of extensions to Apache and other Web servers to provide consistent authentication and presentation of various existing 3rd party web applications.
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Tags: ruby perl python php image images gallery
Faye is simple image gallery software tailored toward smaller galleries. It allows anyone, even those with no experience, to create an easily-accessible, and somewhat flashy image gallery with little to no work involved.

Originally, faye was meant to be proprietary software for documenting Hurricane Faye through photographs (Aug 19, 2008). Faye ended up wimping out, but the name "Faye Gallery" stuck, regardless, and the project became open-source the very same day.

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Tags: manipulation image perl
This is a perl module for image manipulation. It internally uses some sort of a box model - known from css - to avoid conflicts between elements. An element can be "everything": text, images, charts..

The module has different backends to ensure same user code whatever image library is used (GD / Image-Magick ..). There will be more backends in the future.

The object oriented approach should make it easy to write backends and to write wrappers which use basic functionality of the mo...

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Tags: mysql photo perl gallery image
The current svn code does not run. The previous packaged versions of aiiu have moderate security flaws, and should not be downloaded or used. A new version is currently being worked on.

Aboutai Image Uploader is a two-server personal image gallery written in Perl. The target audience for aiiu are people who have a fast web server with little bandwidth (perhaps a home server with a residential broadband connection) as well as a slow web server with a lot of bandwidth (perhaps a shared-host...

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Tags: image twitpic windows linux perl twitter
A application to post an image to twitter via twitpic api. Available for Linux and Windows OS.
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The dGIFLZW is a single file perl subroutine collection for creation of GIF images on a per-pixel basis.

Mainly it provides three subs for initializing the image file generating the GIF header, adding the pixels to the image and finally saving the complete image file.

The code is very small and it don't need any Perl module or package: just copy or include it into your program and use it.

I choosen to write an auto explaining code, so the program may be optimized but in this...