I'm sure there is someone here who can help me.
I maintain a local photivo hg repo.
I would like to be able to do my own test builds, to generate Fedora rpm.
I have some experience in doing this with another project, and for that project (and the usual approach) is to set up build dir out of the source tree, run cmake from the build dir, then "make package_s...
My system is Windows 7 Home Premium 64.
As in the last versions Photivo is not able to read its own tiff files when they are saved with meta data included. When I try to open such a file Photivo shows an image consisting of coloured horizontal stripes.
When I try to export tiff files with meta data from Photivo to Paintshop Pro X4 I see the same coloured stripes in Paint...
I'm using Photivo on Fedora 19 x86_64, built from a src.rpm from Salsergey (1040revf1a2a2889c33), and having some issues trying to figure out how the Gimp plugin is meant to work
I can load an image into Gimp, choose "Filters > MM-Filters > Export to Photivo..." and Photivo is opened with the image.
If I start Photivo, load an image and choose "Send to extern...
Recently I started to experiment with some settings.
On Camera color space I set External Profile, icc profile from Canon, Perceptual and sRGB.
All worked fine for most of the photos but for one part of my photos I have problem - I don't know what's going on.
In Photivo picture looks fine but when I export to jpg photo looks as if some layar was put on the ...
I don't know how many people will use this, but...
I use another program called Luminance HDR. When saving a Tiff it gives me the option of 8, 16, or 32 bit floating point. On a whim, I saved an image in 32 bit, and Photivo opened it! Just thought I would let y'all know.
I'm open raw file in photivo, saved setting auto apply. I'm push "next photo" and push "previous photo", photivo crashed.
OS: Win 7 pro
Sorry my english :)
64 bit Photivo detected.
Photivo version 2013-10-30 (rev 730faf5fb0ac)
Existing settingsfile 'C:/Users/freonix/AppData/Roaming/Photivo/photivo.ini'
User directory: 'C:/Users/freonix/AppData/Roam...
Photivo and digikam need to be better integrated.
A few months ago, I posted a series describing my software changes which allow photivo to read the sidecars generated by digikam.
Now, I have a ppa which allows Ubuntu users to test this software.
Try these steps to add the ppa to your package list.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nereocystis/photivo-sidecar
Latest version of Photivo Crashes when I try to open a Fuji X20 X-trans raw file. 64bit Windows 7.
This is the photivo/console file produced by photivo troubleshooter:
64 bit Photivo detected.
Photivo version 2013-07-01 (rev c5587c0bb44c)
Existing settingsfile 'C:/Users/Sam/AppData/Roaming/Photivo/photivo.ini'
User directory: 'C:/Users/Sam/AppData/Roaming/Photivo/...
I update photivo to 20130201hg-1dhor version in Ubuntu and now when I try to overlay a PNG I get an error tha the format is not correct.
"Please, open a valid format for texture overlay"
JPG works properly, but I need PNG to ahve trasparencies.
Photivo limits aspect ratios to specific numbers -- 1,2 , etc. I need much more finely specified aspect ratio so I'd like to see the ability to put arbitrary numbers into the crop/aspect ratio control.
I'm trying to compile the newest photivo on Ubuntu 13.10 (gcc 4.8), and I've stuck with error:
/usr/bin/ld: CMakeFiles/photivo.dir/Sources/ptImage.cpp.o: undefined reference to symbol 'omp_unset_lock@@OMP_3.0'
/usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/4.8/libgomp.so: error adding symbols: DSO missing from command line
With gcc 4.7 there's no problem (on Ubuntu 13.04). So, ...
I'm kinda stuck: I try to automatically batch-convert my EOS 650D's RAW-files to 3 exposure-sets (+2,0,-2) to use it later for HDR-generating, though I can't find a way to do that automatically.
Can somebody tell me how to do this please? :)
Wanted to make a suggestion for another filter. You already have the Luminance adjustment slider and the Saturation Adjustment slider. Adding a Hue adjustment slider can be quite useful. I know that there is a Luminance curve, which is helpful, but the sliders could be a really nice addition.
I have searched around a bit for use of tags, and didn't find a solution to my workflow. Photivo is great, by the way.
I import raw photos into digikam.
I label the photos with Rejected/Pending/Accepted
I tag the photos under digikam, perhaps people's names, fish species, etc.
I use digikam and photivo to select the final choices.
Then I run the final choic...