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(as GIMP supports 16bit now the " over the gimp" is not helpful)
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There is a thorough [http://www.behrmann.name/cms/cinepaint/bildbearbeitung/cinepaint_ccorrection.html cinepaint tutorial on manipulating 16bit photos].
 
There is a thorough [http://www.behrmann.name/cms/cinepaint/bildbearbeitung/cinepaint_ccorrection.html cinepaint tutorial on manipulating 16bit photos].
  
Like the gimp, cinepaint needs to be tuned for [[Gimp#Notes_for_panoramic_imaging|memory usage]] when working with large images.
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Like the GIMP, Cinepaint needs to be tuned for [[Gimp#Notes_for_panoramic_imaging|memory usage]] when working with large images.
  
A useful cinepaint plugin is Hartmut Sbosny's [http://people.freenet.de/hsbosny/HDR_Tutorial/HDR_Tutorial-en.html Bracketed exposures to HDR] plugin for combining [[bracketing|bracketed]] exposures.
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A useful Cinepaint plugin is Hartmut Sbosny's [http://people.freenet.de/hsbosny/HDR_Tutorial/HDR_Tutorial-en.html Bracketed exposures to HDR] plugin for combining [[bracketing|bracketed]] exposures.
  
 
[http://www.cinepaint.org/ Cinepaint home page]
 
[http://www.cinepaint.org/ Cinepaint home page]

Latest revision as of 13:30, 16 August 2019

Cinepaint is an Open Source image editor developed for the movie industry specifically to support high dynamic range image editing.

Although originally based on the gimp image editor (for a long time cinepaint was called Film Gimp), this application has since diverged significantly.

This project was not very active in the last years.

Note that the Panorama Gimp plug-in doesn't yet support HDR or 16bit images, so there is no advantage using cinepaint with this plugin.

There is a thorough cinepaint tutorial on manipulating 16bit photos.

Like the GIMP, Cinepaint needs to be tuned for memory usage when working with large images.

A useful Cinepaint plugin is Hartmut Sbosny's Bracketed exposures to HDR plugin for combining bracketed exposures.

Cinepaint home page