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       digikam - digital photo management application for KDE


       digikam [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [--detect-camera]


       Digikam  is  an easy to use and powerful digital photo management application, which makes
       importing, organizing and editing digital photos a "snap".  An easy to  use  interface  is
       provided  to connect to your digital camera, preview the images and download and/or delete

       Digikams buildin image editor makes the common photo correction a simple task.  The  image
       editor  is extensible via plugins.  The digikam package contains already many useful image
       editor plugins.

       Digikam can also make use of the KIPI image handling plugins to extend  it's  capabilities
       even  further  for  photo  manipulations,  im-  and export, etc.  The kipi-plugins package
       contains many very useful extentions.

              Automatically detect and open picture download dialog. Note: autodetection does not
              work with cameras that claim to be USB mass storage devices.

       --download-from  <path>
              Open  camera  dialog at <path>. Use this with cameras that export their pictures as
              USB mass storage.  KDE automounts the camera storage, if the path given  as,  e.g.,
              system:/media/<dir> or media:/<dir>

   Generic options:
       --help Show help about options

              Show Qt specific options

              Show KDE specific options

              Show all options

              Show author information

       -v, --version
              Show version information

              Show license information

       --     End of options


       The  full documentation for digikam is maintained as a html manual in the package digikam-
       doc. The command

              khelpcenter help:/digikam

       gives you access to the complete manual.


       digikam was written by Renchi Raju and many others (see /usr/share/doc/digikam/AUTHORS for

       This  manual  page  was prepared by Achim Bohnet <> for the Debian GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).