Snaptioner is a simple digital photo captioner, which
can be used to produce web pages.
Snaptioner is one of many many digital photo management tools.
What distinguishes it is that
- It produces static HTML output that can be uploaded to any web site.
- As well as captions, photos can be classified by the people
that appear in them.
- It is simple (read: far from feature rich) and quick to use.
- It should be usable on most platforms that support Tcl/Tk
(ie. most machines). It is being packaged for Windows and Linux.
- Catalogue information is written
in an XML file, which
can be viewed or hand-edited if desired.
- The HTML output process uses TclHTML
and is easily configurable for individual preferences.
- It can use EXIF metadata
if available. This makes the photo date and time available.
- It is Open Source and completely free.
Here is an example Snaptioner screenshot (Windows) and some
sample output web pages
I (Tim) am currently packaging up Snaptioner for easy installation on
Windows and Linux systems. If you are interested, let me know - with
luck it will encourage me to get a move on!
Snaptioner consits of two parts:
(the HTML generator).
Snaptioner was written by Damian Cugley
and Tim Adye, using Damian's
modified 18th January 2003 by Tim Adye, <T.J.Adye@rl.ac.uk>