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#1 Oly_M

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 11:47 PM


Hi,
I was just wondering if there were any BibblePro users around.... and I have a silly question... do you edit your jpg images with it too? (i.e. not just Raw)

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Would appreciate any feedback
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Posted 07 June 2008 - 08:44 PM

Hi there Danielle

I have used it as it's compatable with the D3 raw files.I have had so muc trouble finding a programme that is compatable.From what i have seen it appears good and yes i have played with jpegs also.I have not had much time with it so can't help really,so if you have any tips it would be nice to have them

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Posted 08 June 2008 - 12:39 AM

I use Sony's packaged raw convertor with which I am extremely happy...it will however only work with raw format...john
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Posted 08 June 2008 - 05:07 AM

thank you so much for sharing your input... I'm trying out a trial version of Bibble Pro and really like it but there is soooooo much to learn. I'm encountering a few problems when I want to bring in a TIFF saved version into my Elements 2.0 program. It only seems to take them in 8 bit instead of 16 dry.gif

I guess I have some reading to do on that...

p.s. the only niggle so far with Bibble is there doesn't seem to be an 'undo' button... that perspective tool to straighten am image is a bit of a bugger huh.gif
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