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  1. Program crashes on video preview

    Thanks Tim. What version of OSX are you running?
  2. We're excited to launch the forums alongside our announcement of a new product: CameraBag Cinema! CameraBag Cinema is a special version of CameraBag, currently in public beta for Mac, which is focused on filtering and editing videos. You can use all your existing CameraBag filters and workflows (and also edit photos), but we've also created new tools specifically designed for video. We'll have much more info in the coming days, but for now, a trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjmPNUjBZ0E&feature=youtu.be When it launches, CameraBag Cinema be an entirely new product, with pricing and release date to be revealed at a later time. In the meantime, you can try the latest free beta now RIGHT HERE. CameraBag Cinema Features And Tips - CameraBag’s same non-destructive adjustments and highest-fidelity 96-bit image processing, but now you can process videos in addition to photos - 3D LUT import lets you bring in and edit filters created in other video software - 3D LUT export allows you to create filters in CameraBag Cinema that you can use in most video editors, and directly on many video cameras - Streamlined, understandable video export settings - Easily crop and rotate videos and set custom aspect ratios - Trim controls to edit video clip length - Hit spacebar to quickly preview your rendered video clip - Background rendering queue so you can keep working while your videos (or video batches) are processing New Features Also Coming to Standard (Photos-Only) CameraBag - Zoom to view images and videos at 100% - Right-click to copy and paste curves - Use scrolling to smoothly and accurately adjust curve nodes - Smoother editing all around with live image processing now happening on a background thread - Background render queue for batch processing so you can keep working while processing a batch of photos
  3. Welcome!

    Hello! We're excited to open up these forums, and we're excited you are here visiting. We'd love to hear a bit about you and what YOU would like these forums to be like. Drop a line below, post a question in the Community How-To's, share your work or some pro tips, tell us about features or (gasp!) bugs--we want to hear it. See the product-specific sections for CameraBag Photo, CameraBag Cinema, and Fotograf to make bug reports and feature requests for those products. Finally, follow this News and Information forum for updates from us, and if you want to make sure you never miss an update or news, you can sign up for our CameraBag & Fotograf Updates Newsletter. Looking forward to talking with you on here! - Jamchild, John, and Presque
  4. One super-useful trick is to create custom (and potentially complex) filters in CameraBag, and then import them to Fotograf on your iOS device so you can use them on the go. (IAP required to unlock this feature in Fotograf.) This video will show you how that's done.
  5. You can stack multiples of the same effect in CameraBag, and then tweak each to target a specific quality, for more control over the finished filter. We made a short video to explain how this works. (Created with CameraBag 2.5; interface updates happened in v2.7 but the principles remain the same.)
  6. A little bit about CameraBag's Contrast tool and how to use it.
  7. Quick rundown on how to use the Color Corrector tool in CameraBag. (Tutorial shows v2.5 interface)
  8. FAQ: What is a "custom filter" made out of? How does that work? Some of the interface has changed since this was made, but this is still a good simple example of how CameraBag Filters are made by layering different effects--each adjustable by clicking on the tile for that effect. All together, these ordered (and reorder-able) tiles make up the Custom Filter. (Which you can then save to your Presets or save out as a CBF file to share.)
  9. What is a "custom filter" made from?

    Another video that talks about creating a custom filter in CameraBag. Again, pre-2.7 interface, but the same ideas apply. (Styles are now treated as normal Filters and are part of the Presets tab as of v2.7. If you are looking for a pre-2.7 Style, you can download the legacy Styles, Borders, and Favorites at: http://nevercenter.com/camerabag/desktop/download)
  10. CameraBag 2.7

    CameraBag for Mac/PC got a whole new update and is at v2.7! This update is FREE for existing CameraBag 2.x license holders, and has a renewed 2 week trial period for anyone wanting to just try it out. (Free trial download at http://nevercenter.com/camerabag/desktop, click on the yellow Download button at the top of the screen.) Top new features include (v2.7): Updated Interface: Streamlined tabs and updated interface. Remastered Filters: Dozens of new, totally redesigned filters. Added Tools: Several new tools, including the Gamma Curve and Filtered B+W tools. Presets Organization: User presets now saved to their own section in the Presets tab. Fotograf Compatibility: Export filters to our new iPhone photo app, Fotograf. Color Profile Handling: Color profiles import and export correctly on Mac. Bug Fixes: Fixed a bug that was causing some filters to display incorrectly, fixed batch processing for Mac users who were having trouble, other performance improvements and bug fixes. See more at http://nevercenter.com/camerabag/desktop/whats_new/ How to update (existing users): You'll want to update the same way you purchased your original CameraBag 2.x license. If you purchased via our website (nevercenter.com, or via a reseller like SmithMicro) and have a registration code, then you can download v2.7 directly from the CameraBag page on our site: http://nevercenter.com/camerabag/desktop Your same registration information will unlock the newest version. If you purchased via the Mac App Store, please download the update from the Mac App Store. Licensing is done via Apple and you do not need a registration code. If you purchased via Steam, please download the update from Steam. Licensing is done via the Steam Store and you do not need a registration code.
  11. CameraBag 2.7

    Also, we put together this video about interface changes in CameraBag 2.7, if you'd like some help navigating around.
  12. FAQs

    How do I get support? This forum is a great place! Post your question here and the community can answer. We also have a YouTube Channel and per-product Support pages for CameraBag for Mac/PC What file types can I edit with CameraBag for Mac/PC? CameraBag can open JPG, PNG, TIFF, and most RAW files. With RAW images, it uses the extra data while editing, then exports to JPG, PNG, or TIFF. On Macs, CameraBag can also open PSD files. Why are my filters different as of v2.7? Where are my Styles, Cameras, and Borders? How can I get them back? Learn a bit more about the v2.7 interface updates in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZ1DrwxONcI. If you already had CameraBag 2.6 or earlier installed on your system, your My Styles, Borders, and Cameras should have been automatically copied in to your Presets tab when you installed the v2.7 update. They can be found under a section called "Legacy". If you do not see them there, please first make sure you have installed the latest available CameraBag update. If this still does not work, you can use this workaround to get your set of My Styles from your v2.6 install back: Open CameraBag and go to "File > Reveal Presets Folder". This will open a folder called "Presets" (and you will see a single folder called "Default Presets" inside of it). Quit CameraBag, leaving the Presets window open. Go out one level from the Presets folder. This folder will contain "My Styles", "Preferences.xml", and "Presets". Drag the "My Styles" folder into the "Presets" folder. Reopen CameraBag and click on the Presets tab. You will see all of your old filters in a section there. If you didn't have CameraBag 2.6 installed on your system (or you can't find the files you are looking for), you can download them from our site (see below). Where can I download the default Favorites, Borders, and Cameras from v2.6? The Favorites from v2.0? We've made the entire set default Filters, along with Cameras and Borders, available on the CameraBag Downloads page. You can add them into CameraBag by revealing the Presets folder, creating appropriate folders in there, and adding in the (unzipped) CBF files. Quit and reopen CameraBag to have them appear as sections under your Presets tab. See this video for more. Can I use my CameraBag filters in Fotograf? How? Yes! If you purchase Fotograf's "Everything" In-App Purchase, you turn on Fotograf's ability to read CameraBag for Mac/PC filters. Simply export the desired CameraBag filter as a CBF file ("File > Save Filter" in CameraBag), then use filesharing to import that CBF file (or files) into Fotograf via iTunes. (more FAQs to come!)
  13. If you are new to CameraBag (or new to CameraBag 2.7), we put together a playlist on YouTube of 10 things you'll want to try: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBJ9U0NYh_HhjRhiI9OFQnPXaRfjVpc4X Enjoy!
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