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Photivo

Photivo

Photivo is a multi platform open source photo processor for RAW and bitmap images with 16 bit precision.

Photivo tries to give the user as much control as possible to express his creativity and to allow flexible adjustments for the various needs in photography.

It features integration with Gimp.

 Photivo

Price
Free to download

Size
9.0MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Photivo

Website
photivo.org

System Requirements
Qt4
libexiv
libfftw
GraphicsMagick
liblcms2
liblensfun0

Support:
Manual, Tutorials, Forum

Selected Reviews:
flickr, Addictive Tips

Features include:

  • 16-bit internal processing, color managed with LCMS2
  • Gimp workflow integration (import and export)
  • Works with RAWs and Bitmaps (8 bit bitmaps are transformed and processed with 16 bit, which usually gives better results)
  • CA correction, Green equilibration, line denoise, badpixel reduction, wavelet denoise, median filters on RAW data
  • Perspective correction (tilt and turn), distorsion and geometry (also defish) correction
  • Demosaicing: Bilinear, VNG, VNG4, PPG, AHD, DCB, mod. AHD, VCD, LMMSE, AMaZE
  • RGB, R, G, B, L*, a*, b*, Texture, Detail, Denoise, Hue, Saturation, L* by Hue, Base curve
  • Tonemapping (Reinhard 05 (RGB Brighten), Fattal et al. (Dynamic range compress))
  • Several local contrast filters (HiRaLoAm (Local contrast), texture contrast, local contrast stretch)
  • Sharpen (Edge avoiding wavlets, USM, Highpass, Inverse diffusion, Wiener filter, Gradient sharpen)
  • Denoise, seperately on Luminance and Color (Edge avoiding wavelets, GreyCStoration, Wavelet, Masked bilateral, Pyramid) and via a hue or luminance sensitive denoise curve
  • Adaptive saturation
  • Film grain simulation
  • Black and white conversion
  • (Split) Toning
  • Cross processing
  • Gradual overlay (like Cokin(R) GND filters)
  • Vignetting
  • Softglow / Orton
  • Texture overlay (external texture)
  • Fake tilt/shift, toy effect
  • Batch mode
  • Translations: Dutch, French, German, Italian and Russian

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