JAlbum helps you make website albums of your digital photographs. With JAlbum, no extra software is needed to view the albums, just your web browser. Unlike “server side” album scripts, JAlbum albums can be served from a plain web server without scripting support. You can also share your albums on CD-ROM. It is written after numerous disappointments with existing album software. With JAlbum you have full control of the look of the generated album, not just color theme and basic layout, still making an album is just a matter of drag and drop + a button click if you prefer to use one of the many existing looks. It will process your images, make index pages and slide show pages and even upload the final album to the Internet for your friends to see.
News and Updates
- Avoids copying files already copied from camera memory cards by storing a small database on each card. (Behavior can be controlled under jAlbum Preferences)
- jAlbum is now better at accepting files dropped from iPhoto and Photoshop Elements (got worse since v9). Such images can now be either copied or linked to jAlbum
- jAlbum now detects camera memory cards inserted into the computer (Bundled CameraImporter extension).
- Asks 1:st time users if they already have a jAlbum account when uploading
- Clicking the account status bar in the lower right now takes you to your profile page signed in
- Windows version now bundled with Java 1.6.0_25 as a bug introduced in 1.6.0_26 (the current release) has broken the “Add photos” button. Those who wish can download jAlbum without embedded Java here.
- Files containing illegal web characters could accidentally be moved or deleted by jAlbum (since 9.3)
- jAlbum failed to start on other systems than Windows, Mac and Linux (since 9.4)
- Renaming a file extension between upper and lower case didn’t work
- The “Convert upper case to lower case” tool didn’t work
- Creating project names or renaming projects to invalid names now properly errors
- Removed debug prints
Mac OS X 10.4 or later