CinePaint is a deep paint image retouching tool that supports higher color fidelity than ordinary painting tools. CinePaint is used to retouch feature films and for professional photography. CinePaint opens high fidelity image file formats such as DPX, 16-bit TIFF, and OpenEXR, and conventional formats like JPEG and PNG. It has a flipbook for movie playback of image sequences in RAM. It supports 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit color channels, HDR, and CMS.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Raster-Based|
|Operating Systems||POSIX IRIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Mac OS X|
Release Notes: The Mac version of CinePaint is now a native Aqua application based on GTK+OSX, not X11 and not GTK2. It's CinePaint's first release as a Mac DMG disk image, allowsing easy drag-n-drop installation or running from within the disk image. A MacIntel build is available.
Release Notes: Overall stability was improved and many bugs were fixed. This version compiles on Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and BSD under 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. It also added softproofing, GutenPrint CMS Printing, ICC, and HDR.
Release Notes: A lot of configuration fine-tuning and changes have been done to make this version more stable.
Release Notes: This release focused on fixing problems on Linux and the final integration with the Windows branch. It includes a BMP files plug-in, a SoftImage PIC files plugin, a Guash thumbnail browser, and a UserFilter plug-in. For developers, it includes PICL, the Plug-In Compatibility Layer, GIMP plug-ins are much easier to trick into building, the libgimp directory contains the GIMP PICL shims, and there is an experimental effort at building ImageMagick plugins.
Release Notes: Initial work was made on synchronizing the Unix, Mac, and Windows code. This release may still be a little shaky for Unix users, who are advised to stick to the 0.16 release for now.