abelits

abelits

Lives in United States San Jose, CA, United States
Works as a Engineer
Has a website at http://abelits.smugmug.com
Joined on Oct 13, 2012

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  • Replied in Silkypix 6.0.9
    I don't think, there is that much of a difference. SP5 has more controls for noise filtering, so there may be combination of filtering/canceling that matches this. Color profiles for film may ...
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  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
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  • Replied in Silkypix 6.0.9
    This conversion was done with Silkypix 6.0.9, all defaults except: HDR 25 Color: Color representation Film color V1 Sharpening: Outline emphasis 12 Detail emphasis 100 False outline ctrl. 10 Noise ...
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  • Yes, I still don't know, which of the differences between regular Wine and Compholio branch is responsible, and if I can expect that it will be picked by the mainline, but apparently it's there. Ye ...
  • Created discussions Silkypix 6 on Linux
    I have posted that in PC forum, however it probably will be of some use for other people who would want to try recent versions of Silkypix on Linux for X-Trans raw processing. http://www.dpreview.c ...
  • Created discussions Silkypix 6 on Linux
    For years, I used Silkypix RFC, then Silkypix DS Pro 5 to process raw files from my Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera. I do all my processing on Linux, and at the very beginning, high-quality support for ...
  • This is precisely what I was doing two days ago -- writing modifying my installer to properly support Ubuntu in general, and installing 14.04 on a USB key with it (will post the updates once ...
  • Eclipse (colors are kept consistent through the sequence): X-Pro1 with XF 55-200, on a tripod.
  • Until the next security bug in image library, browser or other countless things that process every ad banner you see. Then it will be compromised.
  • No, you can not. Virtualization people are Windows people -- Linux sysadmins use containers.
  • Encryption vulnerabilities are enough all by themselves. Any idiot can register a typo-squatted domain and install a certificate that broken SSL would recognize as if it is legitimate.
  • Really a lot of misinformation in this thread. 1. If you use Internet, you are on an insecure network, period. It does not matter if you access it through Comcast or Evil Hackers' Access Point of ...
  • They may be now, but imagine what will happen when new vulnerability will be discovered, likely at the same rate it happens now, but no one will issue fixes for them. Security bugs often happen to ...
  • 1. Windows 8. Yes, it's bad. But it runs Windows software. 2. Macbook. Yes, it's expensive. But it has plenty of commercial software written for it. 3. Kubuntu Linux. Yes, it's a completely ...
  • That's all in certifications -- that mostly depend on the fact that anyone bothered to apply and pay for it, rather than anything else. In reality, the position of "Most Average Unix" that all ...
  • That's very old. Xubuntu probably will be your best option, however small RAM is still small RAM, anything that browses web or edits photos will be slow with it (just like it was on Windows). You ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry DSCF0557-2128951983-O
    San Francisco, coffee shop on Market Street.
    Placed 62nd in the challenge. San Francisco, coffee shop on Market Street.
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