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       kphotoalbum — KDE tool for indexing, searching and viewing images by keywords.


       kphotoalbum [--demo]  [-c file]  [--import file]


       This manual page documents briefly the kphotoalbum command.

       KDE  Image  Database  (kphotoalbum)  lets  you  index,  search,  group  and view images by
       keywords, date, locations and persons. It provides a  quick  and  elegant  way  to  lookup
       groups of images when you have thousands of pictures on your hard disk.

       The  information  associated  with each photo is stored in an XML file.  Together with its
       keywords, kphotoalbum stores each picture's MD5 sum, so it will recognize them even if you
       move them to another directory.


       This  program  follows  the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
       two dashes (`-'). Below are the kphotoalbum-specific  options.   For  a  full  summary  of
       options, run kphotoalbum --help-all.

                 Show all options, including generic KDE and Qt options.

       -c file   Load alternate config file.

       --demo    Starts KPhotoAlbum with a prebuilt set of demo images.

       --import file
                 Import database file. KPhotoAlbum allows you to export a set of your images into
                 a .kim file, which other people may import into  their  database,  to  get  your
                 classification  for  these  images. This option allows you to import an external
                 .kim file into kPhotoAlbum.


       digikam (1).

       Full user documentation is available through the KDE Help Center.  You can also enter  the
       URL   help:/kphotoalbum/       directly   into   konqueror   or  you  can  run  helpcenter
       help:/kphotoalbum/ from the command-line.

       If the KDE Help Centre is not installed then you  can  read  this  documentation  in  HTML
       format from /usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kphotoalbum/.


       This manual page was written by David L. Moreno ( for the
       Debian system (but may be used by others).