[Digikam-users] tool to view 4 images at once on screen (personal not related to dk)

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 13:22:28 BST 2011

2011/9/16 Jean-François Rabasse <jean-francois.rabasse at wanadoo.fr>:
> Just a comment,
> The GIMP (any version, even old ones) can open any number of images at
> the same time. One of course, 4, even 25 if you wish that (and have a
> large screen:-)
> You can even open a full images directory in command line mode :
>  gimp *.JPG &
> From inside DK, select all the images you wish to see, then
> "Right clic, Open with, GIMP". You're there.
> NB: GIMP handles individual images in individual windows on the screen,
> not tiled into a single window.
> I don't known if it's what was expected, but you can always resize each
> window at your convenience, zoom individual images, compare by placing
> your windows top to bottom, or left to right, etc.
> NB: when you're done, don't close each image window, one by oner,
> could be bothering. Closing the Toolbox window (ako main window)
> will wipe all.

And how to synchronize views to zoom and pan canvas at the same time ?

How to image by pair to compare side by side ?

Loading all images at the same time will not explode your memory ?

What's about to show a preview of RAW image in gimp, without process
demosaicing ?

Gilles Caulier

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