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Dec 02, 2013 21:15 |  #92

DutchinCLE wrote in post #16486957 (external link)
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There isn't a lot going on in this thread nowadays (though the 1st post is still very much relevant), so here's some news from darktable:

darktable 1.4 release candidate

http://www.darktable.o​rg …le-1-4-release-candidate/ (external link)

We just packaged darktable 1.4rc1 for more testing before releasing 1.4 proper in a few weeks. Preliminary release notes are:

  • darktable now integrates a lua engine that allows writing scripts to make it easier to use with other image processing software. These scripts can be run when a particular event takes place (for example when a new image is imported) or when a particular keyboard shortcut is used. There are very few scripts available at this point but we expect the community to provide some more during the next release cycle.
  • darktable now include several kinds of drawn masks: brush, circle, ellipse, path and gradients
  • exporting in WebP format
  • serious speed enhancements of lighttable when using large collections
  • focus detection on lighttable
  • local cached copies of images for offline files
  • a few new blend mode like "HSV lightness", "HSV color", "Lab lightness" and "Lab color"
  • new modules "contrast brightness saturation", "color balance" and "color mapping" which replaces the now deprecated "color transfer" module
  • new histogram mode "waveform"
  • added a setting to automatically collapse modules to only have a single one expanded
  • better user experience for bauhaus sliders: the popup now has a blinking cursor to make possible text entry more discoverable
  • the text entry for bauhaus sliders and vimkeys' ":set" command can now evaluate mathematical expressions
  • many bug fixes and small improvements
  • a tool for measuring basecurves from a sample image
  • updated usermanual
  • darktable now requires Gtk+ in version >= 2.24, Glib in version >= 2.30


This is still a testing version, so please report all bugs you find to our bug tracker http://darktable.org …projects/darkta​ble/issues (external link) so we can take care of them and make the release an outstanding one.


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