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Jul 15, 2008 10:46 as a reply to  @ post 5883880 |  #16

I added new category: Batch Processing.

It's still incomplete and notably miss the RAW softwares listed above.

Give it some review and come back to comment, thanks!


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Aug 25, 2008 21:59 |  #17

Any chance we could get someone to sticky this thread? I keep having to go searching to find it, which is a little tricky when you can't remember the title...


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Nov 21, 2008 10:53 |  #18

bieber wrote in post #6178173 (external link)
Any chance we could get someone to sticky this thread? I keep having to go searching to find it, which is a little tricky when you can't remember the title...

+ 1 here. Definitely a great resource.

Bump for a Sticky request. :D


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Nov 22, 2008 02:01 as a reply to  @ dow's post |  #19

There we go, we're a sticky now, under Canon Digital Photography Forums > 'Sharing Knowhow' section > RAW, Post Processing and Printing > Computers

Thanks to the moderators!


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Nov 22, 2008 14:59 |  #20

cedm wrote in post #6737079 (external link)
There we go, we're a sticky now, under Canon Digital Photography Forums > 'Sharing Knowhow' section > RAW, Post Processing and Printing > Computers

Thanks to the moderators!

You are very welcome.




  
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Nov 28, 2008 00:49 |  #21

Photoshop cs2 works great under wine
http://news.softpedia.​com …our-Ubuntu-PC-77260.shtml (external link)

With a little work noise ninja plugin will also work fine.
noise ninja standalone works just by installing it.


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Nov 28, 2008 23:03 |  #22

strmrdr wrote in post #6772118 (external link)
Photoshop cs2 works great under wine
http://news.softpedia.​com …our-Ubuntu-PC-77260.shtml (external link)

With a little work noise ninja plugin will also work fine.
noise ninja standalone works just by installing it.

Thanks. I added a new section about running Windows softwares through Wine.

Let me know if there is any other major photo-related software that works well through Wine.


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Nov 29, 2008 09:01 |  #23

cedm wrote in post #6777233 (external link)
Thanks. I added a new section about running Windows softwares through Wine.

Let me know if there is any other major photo-related software that works well through Wine.

Elements 7 is the next goal but it is about 6-9 months out.
CS3 mostly works but is not stable.
CS4 will likely never work because of the openGL acceleration.


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Jan 27, 2009 11:41 as a reply to  @ strmrdr's post |  #24

Argyll CMS (argyllcms.com) should be added to the Color management section. It natively supports many colorimeters, creates and installs color profiles in linux. I used it with my Spyder2 and the results were amazing.

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Jan 30, 2009 00:00 |  #25

em21701 wrote in post #7198309 (external link)
Argyll CMS (argyllcms.com) should be added to the Color management section. It natively supports many colorimeters, creates and installs color profiles in linux. I used it with my Spyder2 and the results were amazing.

Eric

Thanks, I'll add it to the list by this weekend.

Btw, can you create a color profile with Spyder2 using Linux only? That'd be valuable info to add here too.


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Mar 13, 2009 01:53 as a reply to  @ cedm's post |  #26

Hi there,

I'm new to the forum and use a Canon 1000D (from Santa). I also use Linux Mint.

I have followed the development of Fotoxx for a while now. It seems to be moving in leaps and bounds with new features added with each release. It is still a little rough.

I use Geeqie as my viewer. It has forked from another stagnant view GQview (I think it is). It handles RAW and has a convenient link page to your favourite editors.

Best regards
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Mar 13, 2009 03:22 |  #27

Heffo_J wrote in post #7514223 (external link)
Hi there,

I'm new to the forum and use a Canon 1000D (from Santa). I also use Linux Mint.

I have followed the development of Fotoxx for a while now. It seems to be moving in leaps and bounds with new features added with each release. It is still a little rough.

I use Geeqie as my viewer. It has forked from another stagnant view GQview (I think it is). It handles RAW and has a convenient link page to your favourite editors.

Best regards
John H

Thanks, I'll take a look at Geeqie. It looks interesting.


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Aug 07, 2009 08:36 as a reply to  @ post 5883880 |  #28

Been a while since I last updated this thread...

I just added PhotoRec (external link) under category "File Recovery" (new), and Geeqie (external link) as Image Viewer.

Geeqie is still in beta, but it's definitely worth trying. I use it as my default RAW browser/viewer without any issue.

In other news, RawTherapee (external link) is now available in version 2.4 and comes with:

  • Exif/IPTC support
  • Theme switching
  • Improved GUI layout
  • Improved filebrowser
    • Ranking support
    • Basic file operations possible (delete, remove, rename)
    • Filtering based on Exif data
    • Configurable thumbnail caching
    • Live thumbnails (showing the images in the processed state)
    • Resizable thumbnails
    • Configurable thumbnail layout (left - right, top - down)

  • Basic batch processing
    • Controllable workqueue
    • Copy/Paste processing profiles (or only parts of them)
    • Direct sending of images to the workqueue

  • Improved auto-exposure and spot white balance
  • "Send to Editor" feature (Gimp, Photoshop, custom editor)
Panorama sticher Hugin (external link) reached version 0.80, improving with:
  • Fast preview window
  • Celeste sky identification
  • New panorama projections
  • Batch processor
  • Translation for Slovenian and Chinese Traditional
digiKam (external link) is nearing version 1.0 with the release of a beta 3 last month. This version will include a new batch queue manager, a first run assistant, support for PGF wavelet format, liquid rescale, XMP metadata, etc.

Enjoy!

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Aug 30, 2009 06:25 |  #29

This is excellent. Just installed Ubuntu on one of my PCs and this is a great resource for a total Linux noob. Ta :)


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Sep 01, 2009 12:20 as a reply to  @ cedm's post |  #30

Following tip is originally from message 11 here: http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=277806
Gimp uses "Scripts" rather than "Actions" as in Photoshop.
Differences between PS actions and GIMP scripts http://osp.wikidot.com​/gimp-scripts (external link)

There are several different script languages and you might need more downloads to handle the Python-Fu versions. Script-Fu should be fine.

Gimp Plugin Registry http://registry.gimp.o​rg/ (external link)
a search for GIMP FX will net you one install to get tons of scripts.

Word to the wise: pay attention to script versions because the older the script, the less likely it may be that it will work in newer GIMP versions.
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We had no end of difficulties with WINE, so we installed VirtualBox instead.
You then install the desired version of Windows into that VirtualBox area and our Canon software works fine.
Why? DPP has the settings for camera owner in the software, rather than in hardware and no plans for a linux version when I checked earlier this year.
Personally, I use the VirtualBox for much less software than I believed I would.
(A recipe manager, a genealogy program, birding software, and ,rarely, DPP.)




  
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