Proxel Lens Corrector

Started Aug 28, 2006 | Discussions thread
Roland Karlsson Forum Pro • Posts: 27,491
Re: Gimp and Cinepaint

barneycg wrote:

Its is a fork of the gimp project (I think something like version
1.3) where they added some extra features to make it more useable
for editing individual frames from film. So they added 16-bit RGB
and, if I've read it right, CMYK. I don't see any reason why I
couln't be used for photo's unless it doesn't support JPEG.

I think CinePaint is based on some hacks to make it useful for one (or some few) companies that wants to make special effects for film. Whether those hacks are generally useful or not is impossible to understand from the web pages.

I don't actually use it, I just came across it while searching for
gimp timescales for 16bit rgb. As you say the website is a mess
and while they have screenshots of it running on windows there
appears to be only source code so getting a running windows version
may involve a large number of contortions.

I think you have to work on Linux to appreciate it.

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