Entangle, tethered camera control & capture software now is at version 0.5.4, which brings various bug fixes and improvements.
Entangle provides a graphical interface for “tethered shooting”, aka taking photographs with a digital camera completely controlled from the computer. Entangle 0.5.4 contains below changes:
- Ensure thumbnail directory exists when saving thumbnails
- Fix memory leak generating thumbnails from raw images
- Add an appdata XML file for GNOME software center
- Create a dedicated camera actions menu
- Fix include of gexiv2 header files
- Fix image selection for onion skinning in preview mode
- Display selected image when cancelling preview
- Fix empty tooltips on capture/preview buttons
- Fix scaling for preview image in onion skinning mode
- Increase emphasis of top image in onion skinning mode
- Improve granularity of manual focus and add extra ‘<' and '>‘ key accelerators for coarse focus
- Fix leak of image exiting preview mode
- Make progress toolbar button permanently visible
The GetDeb repository has built this release for Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy, Ubuntu 12.04 Precise, Linux Mint 13/16. To install the app, follow the below steps:
1. Add GetDeb repository:
For Ubuntu users, download and install this deb.
For Linux Mint users, there’s an option under Software Sources -> Additional repositories to enable GetDeb/
2. Press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal. Run command to update package lists:
sudo apt-get update
3. Install Entangle:
sudo apt-get install entangle
You can also use Synaptic Package Manager (available in Software Center) to install the app if you hate Linux commands.