Category Archives: Image Viewers

Qtpfsgui: a terrific multiplatform (Linux, Windows, MAC OS X) HDR imaging program.

TuxToday, in our Linux Page (in Spanish) we have post a review about Qtpfsgui: a very powerful program to create HDR images. Qtpfsgui supports the following HDR formats: OpenEXR, Radiance RGBE, Tiff (16bit, 32bit and LogLuvand), Raw image and PFS native. Obviously also LDR extensions are well managed: JPEG, PNG, PPM, PBM, and TIFF(8 bit). Using this program you can easily create terrific looking HDR files from a set of images (formats: JPEG, TIFF 8bit and 16bit, RAW) of the same scene taken at different exposure setting. The program is very easy to use and after just few minutes you learn how to use it properly. Last but not least, the Qtpfsgui website has a link to useful documentation in French and a (unfortunately missing) link for Ubuntu users. AddThis

Free SMS and Media Converter web services.

This week, in the Linux page, we have wrote new brief (but, as usual, effective) posts about two free online services. The first is about Free SMS, an online service which let us sending free (gratis) SMS in different European countries. The SMS will be shorter than usual due to advertising inserted in it but it is completely free of charge…

The second post is about a good online Media Converter which has often helped us to solve everyday problems with different media formats sent by colleagues and friend.

We hope you find these two posts useful and, please, if you don’t agree with what we wrote (or you use a better software-freeware) , don’t hesitate to leave a comment!

Automatix, gThumb and Linux tips for beginners!

This is our Linux week! In the Linux page you find some useful and very detailed tips for Linux beginners. In particular you will find two different posts about Automatix and how to install it in Kubuntu. Thank you for your comments and a special “Thank you!” (with a specific post) to Donncha who suggested us to try gThumb, a very good image viewer for Linux. Thank you all again and… See you next week!