This App Let You Configure Camera Exposure, White Balance, HDR & More in Linux

Has a webcam connected in your Linux PC or laptop? Here’s a graphical tool to configure the camera exposure, white balance, brightness, contrast, power line frequency, gamma, etc. It’s cameractrls, a new open-source tool that provides Python CLI and GUI (GTK, TK) to set the Camera controls in Linux. It can set the V4L2 controls… Continue reading This App Let You Configure Camera Exposure, White Balance, HDR & More in Linux

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How to Enable Top Panel on Multiple Monitors in Ubuntu 22.04

Have your Ubuntu PC connected with multiple monitors? Here’s how to enable the top bar in all the displays. In Ubuntu 22.04, you may easily enable the left Dock in all displays via System Settings ->Appearance -> Dock -> show on ‘All Displays’. However, due to GNOME’s design issue, the top panel only appears in… Continue reading How to Enable Top Panel on Multiple Monitors in Ubuntu 22.04

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GIMP 2.10.32 Released with BigTIFF / JPEG-XL Support [Ubuntu PPA]

GIMP image editor released a new update for its stable 2.10 release series. Here’s what’s new and how to install in Ubuntu. GIMP 2.10.32 comes with BigTIFF file import/export support, which is an evolution of the original TIFF format allowing files bigger than 4GiB. It also supports for importing 8 and 16-bit CMYK(A) TIFF in… Continue reading GIMP 2.10.32 Released with BigTIFF / JPEG-XL Support [Ubuntu PPA]

Amberol & G4Music – The Best Looking Music Players for Linux

There are quite a few music player applications for Linux. Amberol and G4Music are two of them with really good looking UI design. Amberol: Amberol is a GTK4 app uses libadwaita library as well as gaussian blurred cover background for the beautiful app window. The player aims to be as small, unintrusive, and simple as… Continue reading Amberol & G4Music – The Best Looking Music Players for Linux

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How to Import Your Photos Easily from iPhone to Ubuntu 22.04

It’s easy to make backup of your iPhone’s photos, since Ubuntu now has out-of-the-box support for accessing iOS files. To make life easy, the gThumb image organizer can even pop-up the photo import dialog automatically once your iPhone is plugged in via USB port. Install and setup gThumb 1.) Firstly, press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to… Continue reading How to Import Your Photos Easily from iPhone to Ubuntu 22.04

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