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All Linux flavours:
photoflow-0.2.8.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage package, make the file executable, and directly launch the application by either executing the AppImage from the command line or double-clicking on it in your preferred file manager.
Updated packages are available from two PPAs.
- The "Highly Explosive" PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install photoflow
If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:
sudo apt-get remove photoflow sudo apt-get install photoflow-git
PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:
dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow dnf install photoflow
photoflow-0.2.8.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder
photoflow-0.2.8.zip package and run the
photoflow.exe command from the
- [raw processing] added fallback RAW decoding based on RawTherapee code.
Used for example for opening floating-point DNGs not supported by RawSpeed
- [film CLUTs] added support for reading bundled gmic_film_cluts.gmz file
- [plugin] moved GIMP plugin to external project
- Added optional support for sidecar files.
When exporting an image to TIFF or Jpeg format,
the editing configuration is saved into a file named .tif.pfi or .jpg.pfi.
Also, when opening an image named image.ext, the program looks for a sidecar
file named image.pfi or image.ext.pfi (in this order) in the same folder.
If a sidecar .pfi file is found it is opened instead of image.ext.
The sidecar files functionality is disabled by default, and can be enabled
via the settings dialog.
- Re-worked the UI layout, now with a single left panel showing both the layers tree and
the controls for the active tool. Masks editing is now also performed in the same panel.
- Various improvements and polishing of widgets layout
- Removed dependency on GExiv2. Code now only depends on Exiv2. A bundled 0.2.6 version is used if
not found on the system.
- [tools/raw processing] reduced memory usage during RAW image loading
- [tools/raw processing] RAW decoding updated to current RawSpeed/DT git version (as of 2017-05-25)
- [tools/raw processing] added support for per-cahnnel black levels
- [tools/lens corrections] completed optical corrections support, now also included in the RAW processing module
- [tools/lens corrections] added support for fixed-lens camera (from Darktable)
- [tools/crop] added top/left handles and fixed handling of image boundaries
- [gui] replaced GTK idle callbacks with Glib::Dispatcher signals, and improved thread-safety
- [gui] added expander for grouping additional tool controls, like horizontal/vertical shifts
- [gui] added more keyboard shortcuts (layer copy/cut/paste/deletion)
- [gui] using vips_resize() for fit-to-screen scaling
- [batch] enable outputting of .PFI files
- [build] moved GMIC code into a separate static library, to speed up parallel compilation
- [base] fixed threading of cache buffers for VIPS versions 8.4.*
- [tools/raw processing] fixed issue with SPOT WB when output is gamma-encoded
- [tools/raw processing] fixed spot WB when output image is in Lab colorspace
- [tools/shadows-highlights] Fixed processing of highlights
- [tools/clone-stamp] fixed various bugs leading to unpredictable crashes
- [tools/uniform fill] fixed initialisation of color selector button in UI
- [tools/lens corrections] fixed crash due to un-initialised pointers when camera/lens not found