- Brightness and contrast functionality
- Bright and dark image areas independently
- Reduce haze and intensify colors
- HDR support
- Merge underexposed and overexposed images
- Panorama images
- Stitch multiple images together
- Color adjustments
- Repair dark or hot pixels
- Removes chromatic aberration
- Edit individual pixels
- Convert between different color profiles
- Convert colors images to black & white
- Watermark text to images
- Fix straighten curves in images
- HDF Focus: close and far focus images
- See complete list of features.
Changes in this Version:
- Bugfix: Resize: locking width/height ratio did not always work.
- Bugfix: Slide Show startup sometimes failed.
- Bugfix: If an album contains the same image file two or more times, stepping
- Sequentially through the images loops from the Nth instance back to the first.
- New Effects > Cartoon: convert a photo into a cartoon-like drawing.
- Add Text and Add Lines now work better with images having transparent areas.
- Paint/Clone: optionally paint over transparent areas, instantly or gradually.
- Brasero was replaced by growisofs for writing image files to DVD/BlueRay disc.
- Edit Any Metadata: UI improvement to better handle long text strings.
- Batch Change Metadata: UI improvement to better handle long text strings.
- An album can be opened from the command line: $ fotoxx -album
Bugfix: Retouch Combo: reset button did not reset everything. Bugfix: Panorama: “file color” button caused image misalignment or crash. Function key changes: F10 for full screen with menu and panel, F11 without. New batch function: select image files by clicking thumbnails, output a file with a list of the selected files. Batch Convert: overlay images (e.g. credit lines) can be sized for a constant screen display size, regardless of image size or aspect ratio. When viewing images sequentially using the [prev/next] button or keyboard arrow keys, adjacent directories can be spanned without user navigation. Translation updates.
How to Install?
Available for Ubuntu 15.10 Wily/16.04 Xenial/14.04 Trusty/12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 17.x/17/13/and other Ubuntu derivatives
To install Fotoxx in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fotoxx
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