Comparison of photo gallery software

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A photo gallery software is a computer software that let users to manage and display photos and pictures and, in some cases, videos and other multimedia content. Features could include classify, display, share, tagging, etc.

The following is a comparison of photo gallery publishing software. Some are desktop applications, others are server side applications.

For software that just allows you locally organize photos in your filesystem see image organizer.

Desktop applications[edit]

Name License Platform Languages Resizing Upload Output IPTC Support GeoTagging Support Tags Categories Keywords
jAlbum Proprietary Windows, Mac, Linux Multilingual Automatic FTP XHTML, HTML5, CSS Yes Yes

Server applications[edit]

Name License Platform Languages Resizing Upload Output IPTC Support GeoTagging Support Tags Categories Keywords Dynamic Image Processing Access Control Face Recognition LDAP support Version
Gallery Project GPL PHP/MySQL, (PostgreSQL, Oracle, IBM Db2, Microsoft SQL Server only in 2.x version) Multilingual Automatic (GD/ImageMagick) Local filesystem, HTTP, Java applet, Gallery Remote, Picasa 2, Import from Gallery 1.x, Windows XP Publishing Wizard, Local server, GLoSS, WebDAV (as of 2.2) XHTML 1.0 Strict, CSS Yes, in G2 module Yes, keywords in G2 No No, as of G3 3.1.3 (June 4, 2020; 23 months ago (2020-06-04)) [±]
MediaGoblin AGPLv3 Python/PostgreSQL Multilingual Automatic HTTP, Android (just under a discontinued client) HTML5 Yes Yes, tags and collections Yes, by controlling if registrations are allowed or not 0.12.0 "Potions"[1] (September 18, 2021; 8 months ago (2021-09-18)) [±]
ownPhotos (ownCloud plugin) MIT License[2] Python/Django, React Yes Yes Yes
Piwigo GPL PHP/MySQL Multilingual (56 languages) Automatic (GD/ImageMagick), up to 9 sizes HTTP, FTP, local filesystem, Flash, Picasa, iPhoto, Digikam, Shotwell, Lightroom, iPhone/iPad and Android HTML 4.01 or HTML 5, CSS 2 (Complies with W3C specifications), theme for mobile devices Yes plugin for Google Maps or plugin for OpenStreetMap Yes Yes
resize, sharpen, crop, rotate
Yes plugin 12.2.0 (January 1, 2022; 4 months ago (2022-01-01)) [±]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ben Sturmfels (18 September 2021). "MediaGoblin 0.12.0: Potions". MediaGoblin Team. Retrieved 18 September 2021.
  2. ^ "own License on source code".