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  1. Nevercenter

    LOCAL ADJUSTMENTS

    Local adjustments are definitely something we bring up regularly in our discussion of development and the directions to go in. There are some functionality/interface questions to solve with this whole new "kind" of adjustment and discussions on implementation are mostly what have been holding us back--we definitely recognize the value in having local adjustments to go along with the global ones. We have been doing some back-end testing and it's looking more and more like this is a direction we could go in. Thanks for your feedback! Hearing what CameraBag users want really does help us decide what is added and how the software develops--we want it to be the best tool it can be.
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    Bad SCALING on 15 inch 4k display

    So sorry--we got a bit sidetracked on this particular issue, but this is definitely something we would like to fix and we are now working on it again.
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    PLS HELP WITH wic error: pFactory is NULL

    Hi! Our apologies about the problems with not opening photos--can you tell us any more information about your system and what is happening? (Mac/PC, OS version, how to reproduce the error, if it has ever worked for you, etc) If you would like to request a refund, please write in to support@nevercenter.com.
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    WIC error: pFactory is NULL

    Thanks for the updates! We will look into this further.
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    LUTs and Lab

    Thanks for the feedback! Yes, we do have a Windows version of CameraBag Cinema in the works, and hope to release it before too long. (If you want to make sure you're among the first to know when a beta/release version comes out, you can sign up for the updates newsletter on the front page of http://nevercenter.com)
  6. Sorry we missed your reply for so long! It sounds like the problem is related to Steam security--in that they set the system to confirm you want to 1) launch Steam and 2) run a game and 3) include a specific file as part of that process... before just doing that (unusual-for-Steam-games) task automatically. Although opening a photo in CameraBag wouldn't be a security issue, it is possible that opening some malicious file on your computer in a different "game" that was intended to cause harm could cause unexpected behavior on a computer; our guess is that Valve has this prompt set up as part of Steam to ensure that you didn't accidentally click on something. The confusion here is that Steam is actually starting up and then running CameraBag, rather than CameraBag running on its own, so this prompt doesn't come from CameraBag 3 Photo, but instead comes from the Steam app engine. This security check may have been included with an update to Steam itself--does CameraBag 2 still open JPGs without the popup or is this now also an issue with CameraBag 2? We'll see if there is anything we can do on our end, but since the message is actually coming from Steam, you may want to contact them and see if they can tell you how to disable it on their system. (Sorry we aren't able to offer more of a fix immediately from our end!)
  7. Detailed how-to about using the Maximum Size adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #40 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  8. Detailed how-to about using the Exact Size adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #39 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  9. Detailed how-to about using the Aspect Ratio adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #38 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  10. Detailed how-to about using the Cube LUT adjustment in CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #37 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  11. Detailed how-to about using the Dead Pixel adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #36 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  12. Detailed how-to about using the Watermark adjustment in CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #35 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  13. Learn how to use image files for borders, and other tricks with this tool--like creating fixed-dimension images with an overlay. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #34 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  14. CameraBag’s fill border is useful for adding strips of color to either the bottom and top, or the left and right sides of your image to change the overall image aspect ratio. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #33 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  15. Use CameraBag’s Basic Border adjustment to add a simple, single-color border of even thickness around your image. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #32 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  16. Heh. We hadn't noticed that, but now we do, every time. Thanks for the heads up on possible confusion. For the record, you're absolutely correct: Filtered B+W does not produce a halo effect.
  17. Recreate the effect of using color filters in black and white film photography, with added control. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #23 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  18. The Luminance Mask tile in CameraBag can be placed to the left of any adjustment tile to mask it so that its adjustments will apply to pixels with varying strength depending on their brightness levels. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #31 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  19. Use the curve-based HSV Mask tool for precision masking around hue, saturation and brightness ("value"). This video will show you how it works and also explain how to use one mask across multiple adjustment tiles. (For a simpler masking tool that automates most of this under the hood, check out Hue Mask - http://nevercenter.com/camerabag/forum/index.php?/topic/214-camerabag-adjustments-video-hue-mask-official-discussion-thread/) What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #30 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  20. The first of the three masking tools currently in CameraBag, the Hue Mask tile can be placed to the left of any other adjustment tile to mask it so that its adjustments will apply only to specific hues. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #29 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  21. Blur in a circle around the edges of an image; choose between Gaussian, Box, and Circle blur methods. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #28 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  22. Sharpen overly-sharp images or recreate the look of certain classic photographic styles that inherently lack sharpness. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #27 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  23. Quickly and effectively add definition and sharpness to slightly blurry images. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #26 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  24. Natural looking film grain is easy to recreate in CameraBag, whether you need to match the look of physical film stock or just want to add analog warmth to your image. One of the fun facts from the video: higher ISO film stock generally results in larger grain artefacts due to the larger crystals used for higher-sensitivity to light. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #25 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
  25. Emulate certain classic photograph styles as well as correct for lens vignetting. What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your questions, comments, suggestions, and other feedback in the thread below. #24 in the CameraBag Adjustments series
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