DigiKam/Einen Rahmen den Bildern hinzufügen

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Transcribed from Mohamed Malik's blog, 7 March 2011. This tutorials was updated to the last version of Digikam in January 2019.


Viele umrahmen ihre Bilder, seit sie festgestellt haben, dass diese dadurch besser ausschauen und sich dadurch abheben. Mit digiKam geht das sehr leicht und einfach.

Es gibt zwei Wege um Rahmen zu den Bildern mit digiKam hinzuzufügen.

Method 1 (Single photo)

Wählen Sie das Foto aus, dem Sie einen Rahmen hinzufügen wollen und klicken Sie F4 Auf der Tastatur. Das öffnet Ihnen die Bearbeitungsansicht (showFoto). Dort wählen Sie Decorate -> Bilderrahmen hinzufügen.

Es werden Ihnen viele Optionen angeboten

One option is the Solid color. This option let you choose the color, that you want with KColorChooser.

Attribution image in screenshot: Muhammad Mahdi Karim (GFDL 1.2), from Wikimedia Commons

Wenn Sie fertig sind drücken Sie OK.

If you prefer predefined textures to apply as borders you can select from the available options menu, which gives many choices.


Attribution image in screenshot: Muhammad Mahdi Karim (GFDL 1.2), from Wikimedia Commons


If you choose this option then you can choose the first color and second color. First color is the color that you will see in the inner area, where as second color is the color you will see on the outer area. See screen capture:


Attribution image in screenshot: Muhammad Mahdi Karim (GFDL 1.2), from Wikimedia Commons

Wenn Sie fertig sind drücken Sie OK.

Methode 2

Method 1 is very useful when to test the feature and try to get a border that really suits your needs. However if you have many images that you want to apply borders to, then the batch queue manager would be the best option. Select all the images that you want to apply borders and click Ctrl + B on the keyboard and the Batch Queue Manager appears.

Drag and Drop the Add Border tool to the list of assigned tools and set your preferences select a target folder then click Run (Ctrl + P).

See screen capture below:


Digikam borders-5.jpg

This page was last edited on 7 January 2019, at 23:40. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.