RawTherapee 4.1 Is Out! Install it in Ubuntu 14.04

Rawtherapee 4.1 ubuntu 14.04
 
The free and open-source raw image processing program ‘RawTherapee’ has reached version 4.1. New features, enhancements, and a list of new supported devices are added in this release.

According to the announcement, following new features and enhancements are added in this release:

  • Pipette tool for curves.
  • Support for floating-point HDR raw DNG images.
  • Enhanced look for all tools (panel background).
  • Enhanced look for crop guides, zoom guides, straightening line, Navigator panel and detail windows.
  • Enhanced focus mask.
  • Skin-tones targetting for Contrast by Detail Levels tool.
  • “None” demosaicing method to show the raw image without demosaicing.
  • New algorithm for orange, yellow, cyan, purple and magenta in the Black-and-White tool.
  • Set the cache and config paths using environment variables.
  • JPEG subsampling parameter in the command-line interface
  • The opened/closed state of the left and right panels of the File Browser tab is now remembered between sessions.
  • RawTherapee’s window size and position are remembered between sessions.
  • When cropping, click anywhere without dragging to clear crop.
  • Added ‘no wait’ option (-w) for command-line (Windows only).
  • dcraw 9.20 Revision: 1.461.
  • For new added devices and other details, see the release note.

Install RawTherapee 4.1 in Ubuntu 14.04:

Besides building from the source code. We can install this release from a third-party PPA.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install rawtherapee

Or directly download the .deb package from the launchpad page.

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