OT: Digital Photo Software (was: Importing binary files... (was: TKermitFTP

From: Roger Merchberger <zmerch_at_30below.com>
Date: Tue Jan 11 00:45:43 2005

Rumor has it that Ron Hudson may have mentioned these words:
>I have used gphoto under <rms>GNU/Linux</rms> Gnome. I liked it until I
>actually got a mac
>and use iPhoto.

Dunno about iPhoto, but my Nikon D70 had minimal support for anything,
anywhere, and Nikon wanted $99 for their software to do raw editing which
would crush any computer with less than 1.5Gig of RAM. Having sold my 2
each 1Gig sticks this spring as I wasn't doing much photo stuff then, that
didn't seem like much of an option...


Bibble 4 came out, supporting my D70 and so much more. The Pro version is
$129, but runs fine in 512Meg, and...

runs under Linux and MacOS too! With the 1 license! The author (Eric) asks
that you only run it on one platform at a time, of course...

There's a light version for $69 which doesn't have some of the higher-end
batch features and is only licensed for one platform, which you choose at

*Excellent* technical support through the forums, and he has a very
flexible upgrade policy.


[[ If you want a sample of how generous he was with upgrades from version
3, try here: http://www.bibblelabs.com/system/weborder_new.jsp

No affiliation other than my being a very happy customer...

Roger "Merch" Merchberger

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