we’re proud to announce the fourth and hopefully last release candidate in the new feature release of darktable, 2.0~rc4.
the release notes and relevant downloads can be found attached to this git tag: https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/releases/tag/release-2.0rc4 please only use our provided packages (“darktable-2.0.rc4.*” tar.xz and dmg) not the auto-created tarballs from github (“Source code”, zip and tar.gz). the latter are just git snapshots and will not work! here are the direct links to tar.xz and dmg: https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/releases/download/release-2.0rc4/darktable-2.0.rc4.tar.xz https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/releases/download/release-2.0rc4/darktable-2.0.rc4.dmg
the checksums are:
$ sha256sum darktable-2.0~rc4.tar.xz 79446397a837bc9c262706d91b99ee0cb3339e93e36ebcbc3a23a0af80d77509 darktable-2.0~rc4.tar.xz $ sha256sum darktable-2.0~rc4.dmg 14422e1569f94deb093e198895636b6e63982b9e9812c57e262fc42281d90bf5 darktable-2.0~rc4.dmg
packages for individual platforms and distros will follow shortly.
the changes from rc3 include minor bugfixes, such as:
an OpenCL bug fixed
fixed a rare crash when leaving darkroom
fixed a bug in gamut checking
fixed a possible crash in lua garbage collection
fixed a bug in rawspeed’s sraw handling
fixed a bug in circle masks
allow toggling tethering zoom with ‘z’
don’t make some modules too wide in some languages
fixed high CPU load when hovering filmstrip
fixed lighttable prefetching
fixed thumbnail color management
make tethered focusing for Canon cameras more robust wrt. libgphoto2 version
some styling fixes
fixed filmstrip width when duplicating images in darkroom
scroll sidepanels when mouse is next to the window border
speed up thumbnail color management using OpenMP
fixed a few small memleaks
fixed PDF exporter when compiled without Lua
camera support improvements:
- add Olympus E-M5 Mark II
- add Canon M3
- add Fuji X30
- add Sony RX10M2
- add Panasonic GX8
- add Sony A7RII
- Canon S110
- Canon S100
- Canon G1 X Mark II
- Canon PowerShot G3 X
- Canon PowerShot G16
- Canon PowerShot G15
- Canon PowerShot G1 X
- Canon 1D Mark III
- Canon 1Ds Mark III
- Canon EOS M3
- Panasonic GX8
- Pentax *ist DL2
- Sony NEX-F3
- Sony SLT-A33
- Sony NEX-5T
- Sony NEX-3N
- Sony A3000
- Sony A5000
- Sony A5100
- Sony A500
- Sony RX1R
- Sony RX1
- Sony DSLR-A580
- Sony ILCE-6000
- Sony ILCE-7S
- Sony ILCE-7SM2
- Sony SLT-A35
- support all Panasonic GF7 crops
- support all Panasonic FZ70/FZ72 crops
- support FZ150 3:2 and fix 4:3 blackpoint
- fixed whitebalance for Canon G3 X
- whitebalance support for the Leaf Credo line
- fixed Nikon D1 whitebalance
- whitebalance support for Canon Pro1/G6/S60/S70
- add another whitebalance mode for Canon D30
- fixed whitebalance for Canon G3/G5/S45/S50
- fixed whitebalance for Canon S90
- support another Canon 350D alias
Waiting for the deb package to try it.
Didn´t know if my question is on the right place.
I use darktable for one and a half year now and I´ve been very excited about the great project.
I have suggestion, please make it possible to use the strg+z mode persistent. I talk about the mode in lighttable described on your website with: "ctrl-z fully zoom into the image and show areas in focus "
The function I would appreciate to see is
- hit any key combination
- have the zoom mode with shown focus areas persistent
- navigate with arrows through the pictures (perhaps you could scroll through the pictures with the mouse wheel too)
- use delete button to delete/move to trash the shown picture (perhaps you could map mouse wheel click to delete the shown picture)
- optionally provide strg+z to undo the deletion/move to trash
If the function works with the mouse support it would be very easy to sort the best picture out of a set of pictures.
If darktable could provide these function it would speed up the workflow of many fotographers I think.
So it seems like I'm getting a Sony A6000 + Darktable 2.0 for Christmas :)
Thank your very much for all you are doing!
I have a question. I run version 2.0-rc4 on my mac el capitan.
I cannot export 32bit TIFF!
Can you fix it?