QVRemote - Allows you to use
your EPOC handheld computer to control Casio QV-series digital cameras.
There is also a SIBO version
for older Psion handhelds.
PhotoBeamer - Allows you to
send photos to your EPOC handheld computer via
IR using the IrTran-P protocol.
IrPhotoClip - For EPOC
handheld computers. Receives, via infra-red (IrTran-P), photos from your
compatible digital camera and pastes them onto the clipboard, ready for
pasting into your Word, Agenda/Calendar, and Data documents.
FotoAlbum - I'm currently using this
free software to scan and organise my old
film photos. It seems to be doing a good job so far. I have yet to try the
online web-based album service.
PixAround - Panorama maker that
stitches individual photos together and creates a single large panorama
picture that can be viewed by a supplied Java applet or packaged into a
stand-alone executable. While the viewer is still free, the creation program
The Panorama Factory - The
latest versions are shareware, but an earlier version is still available as
Autostitch - Fully automatic panorama
stitcher. Fully automatic makes it simple, but there's no manual override for
when it gets it wrong. Blending is superb. Support multiple rows of photos.
ArcSoft have several software packages
available for free download. I've tried
out the PhotoPrinter package - it worked, but uses a lot of memory and fails
for some really big prints.
Guido's Tech' Corner has a downloadable
program called Jpegtran.
This software will perform lossless
while preserving and updating the
EXIF photo information.
I've combined it with two batch files in my "Send To" folder on
Windows called Rotate Clockwise.bat and Rotate
Anticlockwise.bat (the contents of the batch files being:
@jpegtran -rotate [90|270] -copy all %1 %1).
AVI Editor - can be used to rotate
your movies among many other things.
Image Viewer and EXIF
InfoTip - EXIF Image
Viewer shows image thumbnails and
EXIF InfoTip displays
EXIF information in a
tool tip when you mouse over image files in Windows Explorer.
Photo Comment -
Just lets you edit the EXIF
comment field, but lets you do it by right-clicking on the file in Windows
- A package written in Perl (doesn't look very easy to setup under Windows)
that can read and store thumbnails,
information in a database. That database can be searched without needing the
ExifFarm - Windows
Explorer integrated EXIF
The IrDA organisation has some documents
on the IrTran-P protocol used by the camera's infra-red port. Note that IrTran-P
is actually built on top of several layers: IrComm, LM-IAS/TinyTP, IrLMP, IrLAP,
SerialIR. Documentation on these can be found at the
IrDA web site on their