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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby Efenstor » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:48 am

Third party plugins (can't wait when Sean's Andrea will work in ASP)
Noise Ninja
RAW Impulse Noise removal
Fill light
Highlights recover
Overall color reproduction

P.S.: Lens correction and demosaicing could be better, RawTherapee's AMaZE algorithm is a real killer!
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby mato » Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:26 am

I purchased also LR on last black Friday (because I thought that Bibble won't be released any more), but all the time I prefer Bibble, now Aftershot. I like its speed, plugins, GUI and output quality of output.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby knutbert » Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:50 pm

I like the following things most:
- Non destructive use of plugins
- Available for all three OS's
- Its speed

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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby futhark » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:08 pm

The top reason for me buying Bibble and then the upgrade to ASP is Linux support. If it wasn't of this, I probably would still be looking for a commercial software supported on Linux. I wasn't happy with open source programs I tried.

Plugins is another great thing.

Scalable performance (more cpu, more performance).

Layers.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby TotallyFred » Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:03 am

Linux and Mac and PC support
Plugins
speed
layers
Current features are great (blacks, highlights, ...)
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby marceloanelli » Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:57 am

linux support
speed
plugins
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby jmsarat » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:00 am

- Linux support
- Quality
- 3rd party plugins
- Heal/Clone layers
- Speed
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby planetvortex » Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:00 pm

Linux Support
Keywords
3rd Party Plugins
Linux Support please don't ever drop that...in fact incorporate the speed an linux support that you have aquired into your other photo and video editing programs as well. I'd like to consider PSP for my linux work.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby planetvortex » Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:58 pm

Recursive directory image viewing. I have a structure of 2011/01 2011/02 2011/03...etc I could click on 2011 and view all the photos within that year....yeah I like that feature.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby JohnMaskell » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:40 pm

Speed of processing RAW images. Lens Correction.

(wishlist)

BUT, what I really would like to see from Corel is Camera Tether support. I had the same 5.0 version from Bibble, but they did not get to Camera Tether support implementation so I could never get to use the application for studio shoots. I continued to use the older Bibble 4.0 version was great at tethering cameras. Otherwise I had to move to Apple Aperture to get built-in Camera Tether support.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby kaymann » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:48 pm

The ability to create custom Batch Output shortcuts.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby mark9 » Sun Jan 22, 2012 8:06 am

Just ran my first batch of work through AfterShot Pro trial, here's what I 'liked' about the process:

* Linux support
* Colourspace is handled in a logical way
* Work on the filesystem without importing/ingesting
* Batch settings: Resize long/short, and output sharpening
* The toolset in 'Standard' is well focused on the common, useful operations
* The 'Blacks' and 'Fill light' tool: no need to mess around with curves
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby martvi » Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:19 am

What I really like in Aftershot Pro:
- All inherited great Bibble features, like Linux and Mac support (it works without any problems on the latest Ubuntu Unity GUI)
- Using the mouse wheel to zoom in and out
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby dhoulder » Tue Jan 24, 2012 5:56 pm

Linux support
Image quality
Layers
Allows me to work on raw files anywhere in the filesystem - doesn't force me to import into its own library or catalog.
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Re: AfterShot Pro - What do you really like?

Postby bos » Wed Jan 25, 2012 1:31 am

+ Linux support (mac support is also a plus)
+ speed
+ keyboard support
+ plugins
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