What is Shotwell used for?
Shotwell is an image organizer designed to provide personal photo management for the GNOME desktop environment. In 2010, it replaced F-Spot as the standard image tool for several GNOME-based Linux distributions, including Fedora in version 13 and Ubuntu in its 10.10 Maverick Meerkat release.
What is Shotwell in Linux Mint?
Shotwell is a digital photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop environment. It allows you to import photos, pictures, images and videos from disk or camera. Shotwell can organize them in collections and in other various ways.
Is Shotwell available for Windows?
Shotwell is not available for Windows but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on Windows with similar functionality. The best Windows alternative is XnView MP. It’s not free, so if you’re looking for a free alternative, you could try digiKam or darktable.
Where are Shotwell photos stored?
Shotwell can automatically import new photos which appear in the library directory. (The library directory is usually the Pictures directory in your home directory; you can change its location in in the Preferences window.)
How do you install Shotwell?
The latest version of Shotwell is 0.30….How to install the latest Shotwell – Photo Manager on Ubuntu…
- Step 1: Add PPA repository.
- Step 2: Update your system’s APT repository cache.
- Step 3: Install Shotwell’s latest version.
- Step 4: Verify the version of Shotwell.
- Step 5: Remove the PPA repository (Optional)
What is Shotwell viewer?
Shotwell is a really simple photo viewer that lets you enjoy your pictures in seconds. All you need to do is connect your camera to the computer and transfer the images to Shotwell, either via the File > Import menu or with a quick drag and drop. Shotwell can also import images from a folder in your hard drive.