Fussel alternatives and similar software solutions
Based on the "Photo and Video Galleries" category.
Alternatively, view Fussel alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.
7.6 9.2 Fussel VS OwnPhotosA self-hosted open source photo management service. This is the repository of the backend.
7.6 9.2 Fussel VS LibrePhotosA self-hosted open source photo management service. This is the repository of the backend.
6.8 9.4 L2 Fussel VS PiwigoManage your photos with Piwigo, a full featured open source photo gallery application for the web. Star us on Github! More than 200 plugins and themes available. Join us and contribute!
6.0 0.0 L4 Fussel VS MediaDropA video, audio and podcast publication platform written in Python.
5.8 9.3 Fussel VS PhotonixA modern, web-based photo management server. Run it on your home server and it will let you find the right photo from your collection on any device. Smart filtering is made possible by object recognition, face recognition, location awareness, color analysis and other ML algorithms.
5.2 0.0 L3 Fussel VS GalleryThe simplest, most intuitive way to host your photos on your website.
4.2 9.1 Fussel VS PhotoviewPhoto gallery for self-hosted personal servers [Moved to: https://github.com/photoview/photoview]
3.7 0.0 Fussel VS UberGalleryAn easy to use, simple to manage, web photo gallery written in PHP.
2.4 6.3 L1 Fussel VS CoppermineMultilingual photo gallery that integrates with various bulletin boards. Includes upload approval and password protected albumns.
1.2 6.2 Fussel VS novaGallerynovaGallery - a beautiful and and ease to use php image gallery for your photos - flat file - no database required - modern responsive design
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They vary from L1 to L5 with "L5" being the highest.
Do you think we are missing an alternative of Fussel or a related project?
Fussel is a static photo gallery generator. It can build a simple static photo gallery site with nothing but a directory full of photos.
Features and Properties:
- Absolutely no server-side code to worry about once deployed
- Builds special "Person" gallery for people found in XMP face tags.
- Adds watermarks
- Mobile friendly
- Automatic dark-mode
- Python 3
- Node + Yarn
pip install -r requirements.txt
.envto your needs (minimal change is to set INPUT_PATH)
The folder you point INPUT_PATH at, must have albums in subfolders inside it with the folder names as the name of the albums you want in the gallery. Any further-nested folders will be ignored.
If you have your .env setup with:
INPUT_PATH = /home/user/Photos/gallery
Then that path should look like this:
/home/user/Photos/gallery: - Album 1 - Album 2 - Album 3 - ...
Generate your site
Run the following script to generate your site into
Host your site
Point your web server at
web/build or copy/upload the
web/build folder to your web host HTTP root.
python -m http.server --directory web/build(go to localhost:8000 in browser)
If you don't want to fuss with anything and would like to use docker instead to generate your site...
/my-input-folderis the absolute path to top-level photo folder
/my-output-folderis the absolute path to where you want the generated site written to
Note: The two -e env variables PGID and PUID tells the container what to set the output folder permissions to once done. Otherwise it is set to root permissions
docker run \ -e PGID=$(id -g) \ -e PUID=$(id -u) \ -v /my-input-folder:/input:ro \ -v /my-output-folder:/fussel/web/build \ cbenning/fussel:latest
You can provide any value found in the .env.sample file in a docker env variable using
docker run \ -e PGID=$(id -g) \ -e PUID=$(id -u) \ -v /my-input-folder:/input:ro \ -v /my-output-folder:/fussel/web/build \ -e HTTP_ROOT=/my/alternate/path \ -e WATERMARK_ENABLE=false \ cbenning/fussel:latest
Once complete you can upload the output folder to your webserver, or see what it looks like with
python -m http.server --directory /my-output-folder
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Fussel README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.