Fotoxx 10.12

The Fotoxx project is a Linux program for improving image files made with a digital camera.

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:

This version has several user interface improvements and speedups.
It is easier to pan and zoom when an edit function is using the mouse.
Select Area works better and left drag can be used for "unselect".
Image captions and comments have an editor interface.
Search can find all images with given words in captions or comments.
"Match any" or "all" can be specified separately for all search criteria.
Dialogs needing more time show an hourglass.
The Clone function splits the screen 50/50 between two images.
Two minor bugs were fixed.
Responsiveness for slow CPUs was improved.

Price: Free
Size: 2MB