- galleryforge takes the supplied directory and scans all sub directories for image files. Where an image is found, the image is resized to the maximum allowed size and a thumbnail is created. For each of these directories galleryforge creates album pages (displaying thumbnails) and image pages (displaying full sized images).
- Gargoyle is an IF player that supports all the major interactive fiction formats. Most interactive fiction is distributed as portable game files. These portable game files come in many formats. In the past, you used to have to download a separate player (interpreter) for each format of IF you wanted to play. Gargoyle is based on the standard interpreters for the formats it supports. Gargoyle is free software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
- Gimmage is a simple image viewer that aims to have a minimalist interface and tries to be keyboard operable for browsing through a large number of images quickly. It is appropriate for command line usage as it accepts directories and image filenames as arguments. It has an in-application file browser that allows users to select and drag images and directories into the image viewing area in order to have them displayed.
- Gnickr allows you to manage photos on your Flickr site as if they were local files on your Gnome desktop. It does this by creating a Flickr virtual filesystem.
- GNU Health is a program designed for hospitals, offering the following functionalities:
- Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
- Hospital Information System (HIS)
- Health Information System
- imgSeek is a photo collection manager capable of searching through an image database, in which the query is expressed either as a rough sketch painted by the user or as another image you supply. You simply draw a rough sketch of what you want to find and imgSeek displays for you a thumbnail view of the best matches. You may also find duplicate images automatically, generate Web photo albums, edit image metadata including EXIF JPEG data, organize images into a keyword hierarchy, and more.
- KPhotoAlbum (formerly known as KimDaBa, KDE Image Database) is a tool for indexing, searching, and viewing images and videos. The indexing is done by telling KPhotoAlbum who is on the images, where the images were taken, and (optionally) adding descriptions. It is highly optimized for easy indexing of images, so that it is possible to use it with thousands of images. It also allows you to browse your images easily, based on the properties (person, location, keywords) you specified when indexing.
- Kodi (formerly known as XBMC) is an award-winning media player and entertainment hub, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet.
- Mapivi is a cross-platform picture manager / organizer, viewer, and batch processor. It is able to display and edit JPEG meta-information, including IPTC/IIM information, EXIF data, and embedded comments. Pictures can be organized by adding them to virtual folders (using hierarchical keywords). It also serves as a frontend for performing lossless rotation, lossless cropping, resizing, and filtering, and can display images as thumbnails. It has a fast and powerful picture search feature that can search in all picture meta-information.
- Nomacs - Image Lounge
- nomacs is a free image viewer for windows, linux, and mac systems, which is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3. nomacs is small, fast and able to handle the most common image formats including RAW images. Additionally it is possible to synchronize multiple viewers. A synchronization of viewers running on the same computer or via LAN is possible. It allows to compare images and spot the differences (e.g. schemes of architects to show the progress).
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