Fotoxx - Complete Image Editor For Linux


Fotoxx - Complete Image Editor For Linux.

Fotoxx is a complete image editor and open source-based, graphical software. It gives users powerful tools for manipulating image files captured with a digital camera.

The program has both brightness and contrast functionality, allowing users to independently change bright and dark image areas, with the ability to reduce, fade and intensify colors as well as HDR support.

You can merge underexposed and overexposed images while improving details in both the bright and dark areas.

The program can also create panoramic images, allowing users to put together multiple images together, crop, rotate, flip, resize, red eye removal, sharp blur edges, reduce noise in low light, etc.

Another interesting feature is the ability to use 24 bits per color in internal editing calculations. It removes color support, reduces sharpness, and expands, expands or expands the brightness distribution, addresses brightness problems and eliminates dark spots on scanned images.

The program supports viewing raw (RAW) camera images (NEF, CR2, etc.), as well as all other image formats, including JPG, PNG, DNG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, etc. in both 8 and 16 bit color.

You can repair dark or hot pixels in photos, remove chromatic aberration, edit individual pixels, convert between different color profiles, convert color image to black and white, add watermark text to images, and fix straight curves, perspectives or other special effects.

In addition to the HDR (High Dynamic Range) feature, Fotoxx can create larger focus photos by combining close and long focus images, a feature called HDF.

Fotoxx is for enthusiastic photographers.

Latest version at the time of writing: 22.18 Jun 01 2022

Version in Debian 11 "Bullseye" repository: 20.08

Size: 29.5MB

How to install:

sudo apt-get install fotoxx

Press Enter.

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