Bibble Labs has updated its Bibble 5 Pro software to version 5.0.1. It extends RAW support to Canon EOS-1D Mark IV, Olympus E-P2 and adds a new one-click option to set black, gray or white points. It also offers a third-party film simulation plug-in called 'Andrea'. Version 5.0.1 is available as a free upgrade for existing v5 customers.
Bibble 5 Pro: Update 5.0.1 Just Released!Adding Canon EOS-1D Mark IV, Olympus E-P2, Click black / white points, newly calibrated lenses, and more...
Austin, Tx, Jan 28th, 2010: Just one month after the initial release of Bibble 5 Pro, we are already releasing our first update! Version 5.0.1 adds support for Canon's new flagship camera, the 1D Mark IV and for Olympus' E-P2, and adds a one-click tool to set black / gray / white points, and includes Andrea - the Film Simulation plug-in from Sean Puckett (next.com/andrea).
Get the update or download a trial of Bibble 5 Pro
Customers who purchased since September 2006 can upgrade for free. Customers who purchased Bibble 4 Pro before September 2006 can upgrade for $99. Click Here to login to your account to redeem your upgrade offer, or Click Here to purchase a new license.
This tool is a great way to quickly set curve points based on image content, to neutralize and deepen shadows and set the output white point. This much-requested feature from Bibble Labs' customers further expands the wide array of image adjustments possible in Bibble 5.Powerful 3rd Party Plug-ins
This release also includes the free version of Andrea - a powerful and exciting plugin for Bibble 5 build by Sean Puckett. Rediscover 90 years of traditional photo films and papers in B&W and color! Andrea, the film simulator for Bibble 5, takes your digital camera back to the film era with picture perfect simulations of image-making classics! Andrea is the evolution of AndyPRO, the preeminent film simulator for Bibble 4, and contains all of the simulations from AndyPRO.2 New Cameras & 13 Newly Calibrated Lenses
Rapid updates for RAW file support for new cameras was a hallmark of Bibble 4, and we're thrilled to be able to return to that tradition with Bibble 5. Two new RAW formats have been added, color reproduction quality for several current cameras have been improved, and this release also adds 13 newly calibrated lenses - based of community generated lens calibration data. This version also includes fixes for several issues found in the initial 5.0 release.
Availability, Upgrades, and Pricing
Bibble 5 Pro is available immediately for Windows, Mac, and Linux computers for $199.95 from http://bibblelabs.com. Bibble Labs customers who purchased Bibble 4 since September, 2006 are eligible for a free upgrade to Bibble 5 Pro. Earlier Bibble 4 Pro customers may upgrade to Bibble 5 Pro for $99.
Bibble 5 Lite will follow, scheduled in the first quarter of 2010. Bibble 4 Lite customers who purchased Bibble 4 since September, 2006 will have immediate access to Bibble 5 Pro until Bibble 5 Lite is available.
Bibble 5 Pro includes RAW support for many of the newest SLR's available, including Canon 7D, S90 and G11, Nikon D3s, and D5000, Pentax K-x, Sony's a850 and a550, and many others. Bibble 5 is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and has lower hardware requirements than many other applications in its class.
Bibble Labs, Bibble Pro and Bibble Lite are trademarks or registered trademarks of Bibble Labs, Inc. Noise Ninja is a trademark of Picture Code LLC. Camera brands and models are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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