The Fotoxx project is a Linux program for improving image files made with a digital camera.
Fotoxx is an open source software.
Here are some key features of "Fotoxx":
· brightness/contrast: change bright and dark image areas independently
· reduce haze and intensify colors
· HDR: merge underexposed overexposed images to improve detail in both bright and dark areas
· panorama: stitch images together to make a wide image
· crop: select area of interest and cut off margins
· rotate: level a tilted image or rotate 90 degrees
· resize: 2/3 1/2 1/3 1/4 or custom ratio
· red-eye removal
· sharpen fuzzy edges
· reduce noise in low-light photos
· stretch/distort image by dragging mouse
· view EXIF data (no edit)
· needs 100MB memory to edit 10 megapixel images
· GUI has English, German, Spanish
· GTK >= 2.8.x
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The Fotoxx user guide is now available in Spanish.
· Directory navigation was simplified for multiple top image directories.
· A Quick Start guide is shown at first Fotoxx startup (also Help > Quick Start).
· The menu names and groupings for edit functions are more conventional.
· User Guide addition: use an ImageMagick function as a Fotoxx edit function.
· New user setting: pan/scroll method: with or against mouse, 1x or magnified.
· New user setting: interpolation method used for zoomed image display.
· An anti-alias function was added (suppress pixelation or "jaggies").
· The Leverage Edits function was extended to include contrast as a lever.
· The popup window for auto file sync goes away by itself (stop an irritant).
· Workaround: ignore Unity KB shortcuts being sent to the active window.
· New releases are now automatically notified at the next Fotoxx startup.
· Slide Show: compensate jerky transitions introduced with Ubuntu 13.04.
· Edit Geotags: Yahoo API died. Changed over to MapQuest.