StudioLine supports batch processing for the editing features and has an outstanding, user-friendly interface. This Windows tool is free of charge.
Five tools to tame your photo management chaos
by Jack Wallen | May 21, 2012, 4:49pm PDT | Image 5 of 11
StudioLine Photo Basic
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I also use Picasa by the way - so a comparison with that app would have been useful.
An article setting how to manage photo's coming in from iPad / iPhone would be really useful.
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I like Picasa because I can edit, manage, upload to G+ and my tablet, plus create movies and collages all for FREE.
Re: Disappointing Progress - Try KPhotoAlbum
You can also view as slide shows, etc. and create web pages although I have not done much of that, and I think the html output is a bit primitive compared to something like JAlbum.
Picture & Video Slideshow software
Picture & Video Slideshow Capability
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