From: Robin Rowe <rower@mo...> - 2006-12-22 16:53:56
CinePaint Glasgow is the next generation of CinePaint technology.
CinePaint Film Gimp is a popular deep paint program used mainly in film
industry for frame-by-frame image retouching (Cineon, DPX, OpenEXR,
TIFF, JPEG, etc.).
What's in the 0.1 Release
This is a technology evaluation release for developers and others
interested to see where Glasgow is at. Basically, it proves that Glasgow
exists and encourages developers to participate more. Expect lots of
breakage and incompleteness. CineCalc, Mickey and synch are somewhat
usable. CineBrush will draw but not open files (broken). Glasgow will
open JPEG and TIFF files but not paint (broken). Yage will paint but not
open files (broken).
CineBrush - FLTK 8-bit image editor
CineCalc - FLTK RPN calculator
Glasgow - FLTK deep paint image editor
Mickey - FLTK hex editor
Synch - A clock sync tool that uses a website to
set local PC clock
usage: 'synch [some_web_site.com]'
The default website if none is specified is google.com.
Test Images - JPEG and TIFF images
Yage - FLTK gradient editor
These programs have been compiled for Windows XP. They are designed to
be portable to Linux and Mac OS X (native Aqua, not X11), but haven't
been built on those platforms yet.
Copyright and License
These are open source GPL, MPL, or BSD licensed, depending on the
source. Each program's source code should contain full info. Software is
provided as-is without warranty.
Source Code Available in CVS at SourceForge
Please use the CinePaint mailing lists at SourceForge (follow link from
http://www.CinePaint.org). You can contact me directly at:
Robin Rowe, CinePaint Project Manager
Beverly Hills, California
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