DarkTable 1.4 Has A Lua Engine, WebP Export Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 31 December 2013 at 10:49 AM EST. 2 Comments
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The DarkTable open-source photography workflow software has seen a major update to end out 2013. Version 1.4 of DarkTable brings a host of new features.

DarkTable 1.4 has many new features, among which is an integrated Lua engine to make scripting easier for use with integrating between other imaging/photo software, support for several kinds of draw masks, WebP image format export support, and speed enhancements on large image collections.

DarkTable 1.4 also has a new blend mode, a new histogram mode, many bug-fixes, and many other changes to please open-source photographers using their talent over the holiday season.

More details on the changes found in DarkTable 1.4 can be found via the official release announcement.
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