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Developer(s) GRR Systems, Inc
Stable release
DBGallery: 7.0 / 4 May 2015; 2 years ago (2015-05-04)
Operating system Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012
Type Digital Asset Management Software
License Proprietary
Website www.dbgallery.com

DBGallery is a Digital Asset Management software package. It has a special focus on utilizing image meta-data for finding, exploring and organizing photos. It is a multi-user system for use across an organization. While typically run as on-premises software, since mid-2013 the company has offered it as a SaaS (Software as a Service) cloud-hosted solution. The on-premises software version enables controlled access to the collection via the Internet using a web server plugin.


DBGallery's first public release was December 2007. Since then there have been several major releases. Version 4.0 (Jul 2009) added data presets and GeoTagging. Version 5 (Mar 2012) added group permissions and additional media (audio and video) format support. Version 6 (Aug 2013) supported additional languages in its meta-data. 6.1 (Nov 2013) added email import and a duplicate images finder. 6.5 (Jun 2014) added support for creating custom data fields for tagging and search. 7.0 (May 2015) included the ability to auto-tag images using Reverse Geocoding.


The graphical interface runs on Microsoft Windows only. Its database and image files may reside on other operating systems, including Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X. It runs on 32 and 64-bit systems.

Distinguishing Features[edit]

  • Multi-user: The database may reside on a server with any number of workstations accessing the same data and photos.
  • Ability to control which groups of people has access to photos.
  • Uses a SQL database.
  • Search for images based on data fields (keywords, country, subject, copyright, etc.).
  • Search for images based on when images where added to the system, when last viewed, and whether they have specific meta-data.
  • IPTC/XMP meta-data editing. Meta-data languages include English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Portuguese.
  • GeoTagging and a view of images across a map (uses Google Maps)
  • Reports, including counts of images by Year, City, Author, Subject, and others.
  • Export photos and their data to PDF files.
  • Emailing of images and data (Email Export).
  • Email Import.
  • Export of images and their data to Google Earth (KML Files).
  • Data templates for pre-filled collections of data field values to be saved and later applied to images.
  • Logical Views, allowing image collections to be browsed by meta-data values.
  • Virtual Sets facilitate building shared collections of images.
  • QuickView Cards display categories of data as a mouse cursor rolls over a thumbnail.
  • Find duplicate images across the collection.
  • A Web server plug-in to allow controlled access to the image collection over the web via web browsers.
  • Reverse geocoding.

External links[edit]

Official Website: http://www.DBGallery.com

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DBGalleryVideos

Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/DBGallery