The jAlbum application lets you create stunning online albums from your digital photos. Share them on jalbum.net or on any other site.
Publisher’s notes: Use the jAlbum desktop application to create professional looking online photo albums for any web site. Customize your albums to the finest detail with hundreds of album templates to choose from.
You’ll be instantly familiar with jAlbum’s explorer-like user interface. Use drag-and drop to add new photos, or sort them. Create folders to better organize your album. Use the right-click menu (context menu) to access the most frequently used functions, like sorting, rotating, editing or choosing as folder thumbnail. Add captions right below the thumbnails.
In Edit mode you’re able to see the photos in larger size, add captions conveniently and apply various filters to it. Adjust your images with the Crop and Straighten tool, fine tune with Gamma and Level or apply various artistic filters, like Sepia, Pixelate or Invert. You can even add text onto your images, e.g. for the purpose of watermarking. Note, your originals will be never touched, only the downscaled version in the final album.
Skins are plugins to jAlbum which determine the layout and feature set of the generated albums. Some skins are simple and easy to modify, while others have advanced features, like Google maps integration, video playback or shopping cart integration to name a few. JAlbum comes bundled with some 10 skins, but you can always install new ones from our skins section.
You can upload your albums to any place on the internet: to your own site, your blog, you can even share an album straight from your hard disk. If you don’t own a site, use jalbum.net – our community site – which is specialized on storing, sharing and showcasing albums in a spectacular way.
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