Look at KPhotoAlbum Video Support.
Hit Ctrl + T. The tooltip contains a bigger preview too.
Edit an image, select the keyword, then right-click and select delete in the menu.
As long as all your image directories have a common root, then that is fine. In other words, you are allowed to have a directory tree with your images. At the moment KPhotoAlbum does not have full support for multiple image roots. However, you can use a command line switch -c to instruct what imageroot you want to use. E.g.
kphotoalbum -c Pictures/index.xmlThe default image root is stored on configuration file under home directory ~/.kde/share/config/kphotoalbumrc. The default image root is
stated in this file e.g.
Yes, since version 1.1 KimDaBa/KPhotoAlbum stores check sums for each image. Before moving images around, you might want to invoke- this should, however, only be needed if you have modified your images (removed red eyes for example) (contributed by: Jesper Pedersen)
You should not press Enter in the thumbnails view to view multiple images; instead, use or Ctrl + I. Also, you need to select all the images you want to view before viewing images.
You can reassign the Enter key to do the same thing as Ctrl + I in . Because Enter is already used for , you should choose a new key for entering fullscreen mode. For example, you can configure the F key to toggle fullscreen mode (so it behaves like mplayer). Just remember to type Ctrl + A before Enter if you want to scroll through ALL pictures.
Just select the pictures you are interested in, and drag and drop the images into your terminal window (for example, Konsole or gnome-terminal).
You can also use themenu item
Remember that some editors do not support drag and drop properly
Keywords are a way to tag images with relevant words, so you can search for them later. It is up to you what keywords should be applied to your pictures. Here are some tips to help you decide what keywords to add to your pictures:
The current version of KPhotoAlbum doesn't have this functionality. However, you can search for images by filename or folder name.
The check boxes in KPhotoAlbum 3 are tri-state, so that you can unmark a keyword for all images, leave a keyword unchanged for others, or mark all images with a keyword. Some KDE themes don't show the middle state as being different from the checked state, so you may need to choose a different theme.
While future versions of KPhotoAlbum will allow more than one root folder to be added, you might need this ability right now -- and you might not want to copy 10,000 images to the KPhotoAlbum folder. If you're comfortable with the command line, use the first example. If you like Konqueror, use the second.
ln -s TARGET_FOLDER ./