JAlbum 8.9 Portable | 39.67 MB
Show your photos like a pro. Jalbum lets you create and share stunning customized photo albums. Publish to yourname.jalbum.net or your own site.It's free.
Easy to use User Interface
Explorer-like user interface. The order of the buttons left side reflect the workflow. You can easily manage your images, rotate, comment and arrange as you want.
Runs on many systems
The Jalbum application is developed in Java, therefore it runs on every operating system which is capable of running Java, including Windows (all versions), Mac OSX, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, OS2.
The Jalbum application most likely speaks your language — it comes with 32!
Skins — endless customization
Skins define the gallery appearence and functionality. Jalbum has 7 skins built-in with tons of more skins available for download.
Add images with drag & drop
Adding your images to the Jalbum application is simple: just drag and drop!
Use the Comments button to add comments (which may even contain HTML formatting).
IPTC and EXIF support
Most Jalbum skins support IPTC and EXIF data to display in your Jalbum. Look for special features, like integration with Google Maps.
Apply filters to your images, like Tint filter, Border, Grayscale, Watermark, Fixed shape, Logotype, Text, Blur, Sharpen, Zoom
The Jalbum application supports various types of files*, not just JPG images, and many skins also support movies and audio. * (avi mpg mpeg mpe mp4 mov wmv asf asx wvx 3gp divx xvid qt mp3 wma ram rm swf flv tiff psd zip arj sit rar xml pdf doc xls ppt mdb djvu djv odt ods odp odg odb)
When you are happy with the choice of skin, comments and other settings, simply hit the Make Jalbum button. The Jalbum application builds your Jalbum and prepares it for the web. Check the result with the Preview button.
Publish to the web
Publishing your album to the web is easy; use your free Jalbum account or any other hosting provider.
Your personal page: yourname.jalbum.net
With Jalbum's account you get a unique url: yourname.jalbum.net. Sign in to the Jalbum application to upload your Jalbums to your new web album page.
Upload the Jalbum
At the click of a button, the Jalbum application will upload your Jalbums!
Share your Jalbum
After publishing your spectacular Jalbum, we've made it easy for you to share your Jalbum. Use the Share function to Send a link, share on your favorite social network site or embed it in a blog.
Manage your Jalbums
You can manage your Jalbums — add new, delete, password protect — straight from the Jalbum application.
Your uploaded Jalbum
Voilá... Your Jalbum is up and running.
Create your own skin
If you still haven't found what you were looking for, develop your own skin! Jalbum skins use a simple method to describe gallery templates, and you can also use BeanShell scripting or Java to create more sophisticated features.
News and Updates
* Prepared for Jalbum's future photo book service
* New notification panel for non-intrusive, information messages
* Linux version should now run on Open Java as well as Sun's Java
* Better detection of circular folder references. Throws descriptive error instead of wasting all available RAM during album build
* Developers: New SkinModel and SlideModel classes for skins that wish to decide on the data type mapping of variables and set defaults
* Developers: JCustomPanel now prevents calls to saveUI when loading the UI. This makes it safe to use plain event listeners or Jalbum's new StateMonitor to synchronize component state and then call saveUI from there.
* Developers: LinkFile objects print themselves more clearly
* Developers: Jalbum's internal HttpConnection class can now upload files
* Developers: Jalbum's SignInManager can now throw PropertyChangeEvents when signing in/out
* Developers: Jalbum's FileFilters utility class can now generate JPEGs to RAM memory
* Eight languages updated. Thank you dear translators!
* Opening the file chooser on Windows while running Jalbum on Java 1.5 would fail
* Fixes bug in relativePath calculation. The bug caused incorrect paths between folders with similar names ("res" and "restaurant" for instance)
* Jalbum sometimes scaled images one pixel too small. Having a 2000x2000 bound could make Jalbum scale to 1999xsomething (rounding error). This one has been around since Jalbum 1.0 probably
* Fixed bug in Jalbum's edit panel. The image being edited was left even when moving to the explore view or switching album project. Now the currently edited image is cleared when editing is done (We do a setAlbumObject(null), therefore check any image specific UI plugins that they can handle null as argument to setAlbumObject!
* JAlbum's PropertySettingFilterWrapper class now compatible with Jalbum's XML serialization
* Fixed bug in Jalbum's AlbumImage class when using files that haven't had their variables initialized
* Fixed bug in reading text resources over a network (we were assuming local file system access)
* Jalbum's classic Blur and Sharpen filters wouldn't handle images having other color models than RGB
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