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  • #11
    Originally posted by ChrisXY View Post
    Games often don't need as much memory (Well, some would...), but "professional" image editors? Are they not supposed to also process huge images where you could easily max out 4GB?
    Well the stuff that is sold is often advertised as professional since it sounds great and is subjective, hence not unlawful to say so.
    I got nothing to do with image editing, but I ran it and it looks fine and I hope it would help those who considered moving to Linux but changed their mind cause it lacked "professional" editing software.
    It's good news.
    Whether it uses 32 or 64 bits isn't really important to normal end users - all they care about is that it installs easily, that it's snappy, handy and does the job for them - and this piece of software seems to do just that. Also, nothing is perfect, there's always something to complain about.
    Last edited by cl333r; 01-11-2012, 12:59 PM.

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    • #12
      Can't wait to get home and try it

      I don't know why but Gimp has always felt "wrong" in some way, don't know how to explain it though

      Regards

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      • #13
        Originally posted by cl333r View Post
        Whether it uses 32 or 64 bits isn't really important to normal end users - all they care about is that it installs easily, that it's snappy, handy and does the job for them - and this piece of software seems to do just that.
        Except for those with Fuji cameras.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
          Except for those with Fuji cameras.
          I already said that - that there's always (valid and invalid) reasons to complain about any software. Even in Photoshop - I recall users complaining about it having rendering glitches cause it uses GL and it's more buggy under windows than DX.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by ChrisXY View Post
            Games often don't need as much memory (Well, some would...), but "professional" image editors? Are they not supposed to also process huge images where you could easily max out 4GB?
            This isn't a photoshop/gimp replacement. Its primarily for a raw picture workflow. In this regard, I would consider it a "professional" product. Its great for a photographer who shoots in raw format and wants to keep his huge collection of photos organized.

            If your camera takes shots at greater than 4gb a piece then color me impressed.

            I'm just glad someone like Bibble/Corel takes the time to release a Linux product at all.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
              Where "professional" means "we haven't really found out what 64 bit is yet", like Skype. And it doesn't know Fuji's .RAF format. At least manually extracting the .deb and installing that way works.
              Or how about... Where "professional" means we didn't put in any red-eye removal because real professionals don't need it? (See the PC Mag review of this software),

              Originally posted by ChrisXY View Post
              Is it just me or does really so much of this "professional" software STILL IN 2012 !!! live in 32 bit land? What if you are actually trying to do some serious work that would require you to load more than 4 gb in ram? Can't you do that stuff in "professional" software?


              Well, only deb and rpm is weak anyway.
              My 6 year old laptop makes me glad they support 32-bit. Other than that, I agree 100%.

              Originally posted by cl333r View Post
              I got nothing to do with image editing, but I ran it and it looks fine and I hope it would help those who considered moving to Linux but changed their mind cause it lacked "professional" editing software.
              Problem is, it really doesn't appear to have anything that GIMP doesn't have other than some fancy "Ninja" grain removal tool. I haven't used the software yet though, so I really can't comment.. For $99 though, I think it's a tough sell. If they threw in red-eye removal I'd be more interested.


              Originally posted by Damnshock View Post
              I don't know why but Gimp has always felt "wrong" in some way, don't know how to explain it though

              Regards
              All the windows tripping over each other on a small screen, perhaps? That's my #1 gripe, I've heard there are branches of GIMP that look more like photoshop, but I haven't tried them as I don't think my distro packs them.

              Originally posted by dalingrin View Post
              I'm just glad someone like Bibble/Corel takes the time to release a Linux product at all.
              Agreed... Although I really wish they would take that awesome motion blur correction tool that Adobe demoed but hasn't released yet, and then shove it in their product.. THAT I would buy since it's something that no other software can do, but Adobe would never release photoshop for Linux... Then again, Corel would probably claim that it's not for their professional product because "real" professionals always use tripods and don't need motion correction... lol

              But overall, I'm glad to see this product.. Doubt I'll buy it now that I know it doesn't have red-eye removal (still need GIMP) but I'll definitely try it out.
              Last edited by Sidicas; 01-11-2012, 01:46 PM.

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              • #17
                For the installation of this programm is /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 `GLIXX_BC3.4.15' necessary. Because of this, it seems to be quite complicated to use it under CentOS 6. If I enter
                Code:
                strings /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 | grep GLIBC
                on CentOS 6.2 it lists support for versions up to 3.4.13. I don't want to waste several hours just to solve this issue. Maybe I will try it on Fedora later.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Sidicas View Post
                  Or how about... Where "professional" means we didn't put in any red-eye removal because real professionals don't need it?
                  Arguably, getting red eyes is unprofessional, because they're caused by using a built-in flash that's too close to the lens. Hm, maybe using Fujis is unprofessional too.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
                    Arguably, getting red eyes is unprofessional, because they're caused by using a built-in flash that's too close to the lens. Hm, maybe using Fujis is unprofessional too.
                    Learn something new everyday! I just wish those DSLRs were more portable..

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by phoronix View Post
                      Phoronix: Corel Releases Professional Linux Photo Software

                      If the GIMP isn't cutting it for your photo needs or running Adobe Photoshop Lightroom within Wine isn't working out, Corel has released professional-grade photo software for Linux...

                      http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA0MTE
                      Anyone compared this to darktable yet?

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