How to install ImEditor image editor on Ubuntu

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  • Post last modified:April 7, 2020
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ImEditor is a free and open source image editor for Linux. It is released under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE v3 license. Using this simple and easy to use image editor you can create and edit PNG, JPEG, WEBP, BMP, and ICO files. It comes with some basic filters and you can also draw on images. It supports two modes RGB and RGBA. Some other features are history and selection feature, rotate the image and gives some image details. If tyou want to try this then follow the below installation steps.

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How to install RawTherapee on Ubuntu – Raw image Editing tool

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  • Post last modified:November 6, 2019
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RawTherapee is free and Open Source image editing tool for raw image types for Windows, macOS and Linux. It is released under open source GPLv3 license and it is available in over 15 languages. Using this you can edit raw files from your digital cameras and produce great looking photos. It can help to learn professional photography easily. It comes with advanced color+detail editing, modern demosaicing algorithms and High Dynamic Range DNG.

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How to install Drawing Image Editor on Ubuntu – Microsoft Paint Alternative

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  • Post last modified:October 31, 2019
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Drawing is a free and open source Microsoft Paint like image editor for Linux. Using this you can do simple and quick image editing works. It comes with Pencil, Line, Arc, rectangle, circle, oval, polygon, free shape, Color picker and Paint tools. You can insert text in your image, crop, scale, rotate your images. It supports filters. using this you can add Blur, Saturation, Transparency, Invert colors and Pixelate effects in your image. It supports PNG, JPEG and BMP image file types. It is released under GPL v3 licence.

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How to install qimgv image viewer on Ubuntu

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  • Post last modified:October 16, 2019
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qimgv is a free and open source Qt5 based image viewer for Linux and Windows. Using qimgv image viewer, you can edit the image and it is also provides video support via libmpv and webm. Some of the important features are ability to run shell scripts, fully configurable setting menu, you can easily copy and move images to different places, configurable shortcut keys and dark theme support. This is easy to use image viewer.

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Vectr – Free Vector Graphic Editor

Vectr is a free Vector Graphic Editors available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Chromebook and web.Vectr is useful tool to create any 2D graphic.Using Vectr you can create graphics for business and greeting cards, icons, websites, illustrations, logos, brochures and posters. You can save your work on cloud also. Vectr user interface contains Toolbar, Workspace, Filters and editing panel. You can export your image in SVG, PNG and JPG.

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Darktable Photography and Raw Image Developer Software

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  • Post last modified:March 11, 2022
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Darktable is a free open source photography and raw developer software for Linux, Mac OS and freeBSD. Using Darktable you can develop RAW and enhance RAW images. It is released under the GPL 3 licence. It uses fully non-destructive editing mode to edit RAW images. So you your original images are never modified during the edit process. It runs on 4×32-bit floating point pixel buffers. It offers GPU acceleration via OpenCLand has built-in ICC profile support like sRGB, Adobe RGB, XYZ and linear RGB.

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Photivo – Image processor for RAW and Bitmap files

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  • Post last modified:August 10, 2017
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Photivo is a free open source image processor for windows, Linux and mac OS. It supports RAW, bitmap files and many more file types. It comes with GIMP integration and batch mode. The main feature Photivo is 16-bit internal processing, color managed with LCMS2, CA correction, Green equilibration, line denoise, badpixel reduction, wavelet denoise, median filters on RAW data, Perspective correction, distorsion and geometry correction.

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How to install Converseen Batch Image Converter and Resizer on Ubuntu

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  • Post last modified:June 14, 2017
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Converseen is a free open source batch image converter and resizer for Linux, Windows and FreeBSD. It uses Magick++ image libraries and supports more than 101 image formats. Using Converseenyou can convert multiple or single image, resize,rotate,flip multiple or single image and compress your images for your website.You can also convert pdf file to images and rename bulk images.It is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

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