Login or Join Now

Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more

Username:
Password:
Remember Me

Can't Access your Account?

New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!

Bibble Labs releases 4.7 update with 'Perfectly Clear Technology'

Join Now

Join ePHOTOzine, the friendliest photography community.

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!

55% OFF new PortraitPro 12 - use code EPHZROS414.
Category: Other Software

Bibble Labs releases 4.7 update with 'Perfectly Clear Technology' - Other improvements include support for new cameras and new features.

Posted:
Print Article Add Comment Add CommentJargon Buster: Off Jargon Buster: Off
Bibble Labs releases 4.7 update with 'Perfectly Clear Technology'
Press Release:
Bibble Labs, Inc. today announced immediate availability of version 4.7 of its popular Raw Workflow software. Building upon the recent seamless integration of Noise Ninja technology, Bibble 4.7 fully integrates Athentech's DIMA Award winning Perfectly Clear automatic image correction technology into the raw workflow.

Perfectly Clear is new, award winning technology, invented for the digital world, modelled on the physics principles of light. Unlike traditional analogue based approaches that actually damage true colour, create artefacts, and cause clipping, Perfectly Clear is the only solution that operates like the human eye... optimizing the light in each and every pixel... perfectly preserving the photographer's memory. The result is stunning pictures regardless of how viewed - electronically or printed on media.

"For years, Bibble Labs has offered photographers the most powerful and comprehensive set of tools for adjusting raw images," says Eric Hyman, president and CEO of Bibble Labs. "Many photographers however don't want to spend considerable time tweaking their images and instead want an automated process for making them look the best. By including Perfectly Clear technology as part of our workflow, our photographers can now dramatically enhance the quality of their raw images with a single automated control."

"Bibble Lab's software has an excellent reputation in the market for being the fastest and most realistic raw converter", say Brad Malcolm, president of Athentech Technologies Inc. "We're pleased to be working with Bibble and look forward to helping their users restore and preserve the True Colours of their images."

Bibble 4.7 also includes new camera support for the Canon 30D, Olympus Evolt E-330 and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30. Further improvements include a new Vibrancy control for selective enhancement of image saturation or pop as well as a host of new built in profiles for the integrated Noise Ninja noise removal engine.

Bibble supports over 70 of the most popular DSLR and Prosumer cameras. Other key features include best in class speed, a free lens distortion correction plug-in, highlight recovery, shadow fill light, built-in Photoshop Plug-in, arbitrary rotation, curves , levels, tethered shooting and much much more.

Availability:
Bibble is available in both "Pro" for $129.95 (75 approx) and "Lite" for $69.95 (40 approx) versions for Windows, Macintosh (PPC/Intel) and Linux.

Explore More

Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 9

Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 9

Take a look at the new features available in Xara Photo & Gr...

Reallusion FaceFilter3 For Mac

Reallusion Debuts FaceFilter3 For Mac

Reallusion has launched FaceFilter3 Mac, the latest version ...

iResizer Image Resizing Tool Version 2.4 Now Available

iResizer 2.4 Software Launched

iResizer is a content aware image resizing tool that won't c...

Join ePHOTOzine and remove these ads.

Comments

BillS
BillS  827 forum posts United Kingdom
7 Apr 2006 - 1:21 AM

This sounds very impressive , does any one use Bibble ? What if any , are the advantages over CS2's built in converter.

Sponsored Links
Sponsored Links 
7 Apr 2006 - 11:11 AM

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

ian.daisley
7 Apr 2006 - 11:11 AM

Just tried the demo version. The marketing is good, but the software is incredibly slow... interested to see what others think.
Ian.

- Original Poster Comments
- Your Posts

Add a Comment

You must be a member to leave a comment

Username:
Password:
Remember me:
Un-tick this box if you want to login each time you visit.