In order to get a version of UFRaw for Ubuntu more up-to-date than the
one in the repositories (for Hardy) I got the .deb in
This way I can denoise pictures using UFRaw in ubuntu.
Hope it helps
> To, perhaps, clarify earlier posts, I do run Gimp in both Ubuntu 8.10 and
> Windows XP. My leaning towards XP these days is because the RAW converter
> software that came with my camera (Sony A700) seems to be better than anything
> else in converting RAW files faithfully from the camera, and allows me to use
> very high ISO with minimal noise (well, the converter does the best job at
> controlling noise that results from high ISO). I could, I guess, do all my
> conversions from a session, switch into Linux, and use Gimp to edit/print from
> there - that's a bit of a hassle, though.
> In Linux, the newest version of Turbo Print is working very well, and is the
> only means I have found by which to make full use of my i960's features. If
> you haven't tried the latest version of TP, you might want to download it for
> a 30-day spin.
> I don't run OO on my XP machine, and use it infrequently on the Linux side -
> just me. Don't need it in Ubuntu to print photos, since I own Turbo Print for
> I've tried developing in Linux using UFRaw. For normal exposures, its fine.
> For noisy ones, not so good. There seems to be a newer version for Windows
> that does ok. If I could get the latest versions of everything to all work in
> the same OS, I'd be in heaven. Sony's software works in Windows only.
> Gimp works fine in Windows, but can't print. UFRAW handles noise in Windows,
> but not in Linux.
> Windows, Gimp, Sony software, PS to print seems to be my solution for now.
> More integrated days will come, I'm sure.
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