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labbe5

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PostPosted: Fri 06 Oct 2017, 11:10    Post subject:  Filmulator
Subject description: 64-bit AppImage
 

https://github.com/CarVac/filmulator-gui/releases

Filmulator accepts raw files from cameras and simulates the development of film as if exposed to the same light as the camera's sensor. For various reasons, this inherently brings about several benefits:

Large bright regions become darker, compressing the output dynamic range.
Small bright regions make their surroundings darker, enhancing local contrast.
In bright regions, saturation is enhanced, helping retain color in blue skies, brighter skin tones, and sunsets.
In extremely saturated regions, the brightness is attenuated, helping retain detail e.g. in flowers.


Building Filmulator : https://github.com/CarVac/filmulator-gui
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