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Photo album / image gallery viewer written in PHP.
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MiG (My Image Gallery) is a photo album / image gallery viewer written in PHP. It also includes utilities to do thumbnail creation, extraction of EXIF headers from JPEG files and so forth. Those tools require Perl and ImageMagick, but you do not need Perl or ImageMagick to use MiG itself. Compatible with PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, phpWebSite, phpWebThings and Xoops.

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28th August 2000
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11th February 2009

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Average User Rating: 4.0/5
A wonferful Script!
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 4th January 2001
Rating 5 - Excellent
I should make some Sites with huge Erotic ;) Gallery-Content and didn't have the time to write my own Gallery-Scripts ... So, what I needed for these thinks was an easy to customize, powerful but small ane efficient Script to generate Thumbnails out of about 10000 Images with a very huge Directory structure. As easy as Thumbs+ is, but it was too hard for me to make all these Gallerys. As I Found MiG, and I saw the examples, I just knew, that these Scripts could do all the things that I needed. So I could set up the complete Galleries within about one evening. The only thing I'm missing in MiG is the support for Movie-Formats (mpg,avi,asx,rm,...) but I think it will be soon available. Wonderful!
Great image program
Reviewed byAnonymousonSat, 27th April 2002
Rating 5 - Excellent
The way my gallery worked before this program was I had another program that generated the individual files and thumbnails and stuff, but all that took up a lot of extra space, so I was in need of a program that does it on the fly, and fast. I have found that program. I haven't messed with the thubnail creation or EXIF extraction, but the actual gallery part of it works great. The author is always monitoring the mailing lists and is always willing to give a helping hand. One thing I would like to see added to the website is links to all the websites that use this great program. He links to his own, but it would be neat to see just how people customize the output of it.
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