Alpha Doug wrote: I would use the Beta trial time to feedback your comments to the designers. They seem to be very open to feedback. I've been messing with the trial release on a Mac Pro for a few hours. Disclosure: I shoot Nikon and use NX2 often. Here are some random comments (not a review, just some comments). 1) It's interesting how Bibble 5 can be used against files in folders before you import the files into the Asset Manager database.
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The DAM also has more options in terms of file locations than LR or Aperture. Seems very powerful at first glance though I didn't really kick the tires of the DAM that much. 2) Seems fast, but the speed of the demos relies partially on using shortcuts on the keyboard which are not readily apparent to a newbie. So while I didn't feel particularly fast with it, I know I could be based on the demos. 3) conversions seem very nice. RAW converter preferences cause all sorts of controversy and flame wars.
Bibble's conversions seem very nice to me and I think with some presets that you can define, you can probably mimic a lot of what you get with other RAW converters. Though I shoot Nikon and have the Picture Controls in-camera, I actually find that I don't care how I shoot the RAW as long as I can change the Picture Control or Preset in post-processing. Bibble seems like it would suffice, but I'd like to see them do what ACR did and give us Nikon users the Nikon 'presets' (portrait, vivid, landscape, standard, DX2-mode 1, 2 and 3, etc) 4) This may be a trial release thing, but what bothers me is that sharpening does not seem to be approximated at zoom levels less than 100%. NX2 is pretty good at appearing sharp at different image magnifications. But in some of the images I worked on, the sharpening changes were not obvious unless I went to 100%. Altec lansing ada 305 driver for mac.
An image looks downright blurry at 35% but sharp as a tack at 100%. Kind of bugged me. 5) layers are very powerful, nicely done. Paint on/off any adjustment in the adjustment palette. I miss the way NX2 can easily display the mask or hide it and I also miss the ability to 'check on' the 'edit step' (NX2's layer) and turn it off to see the effect. It may be easy in Bibble with a shortcut key, not sure. (again, I didn't spend a lot of time) but NX2's checkbox is so simple.
I may not make this observation with more experience in Bibble. 6) Since I use NX2, I will say that I miss the 'u-point' technology, mainly the color control point and selection control points. It's powerful stuff in NX2 (and I think in Viveza for CS4 or Aperture or Lightroom as well) and I found myself missing these tools when using Bibble. Bibble has a number of lasso type selection tools which seem fine, but NX2 users will understand what I mean. 7) In theory, Bibble offers a platform for others to contribute 'plug ins'. It appears that all plugins will work with their layers and non-destructive editing abilities, the same way the Nik Plugins work non-destructively with NX2.
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(Something Aperture needs to offer in the next release). That said, it's hard to say that we'll ever see many plug-ins from third parties. I think the success of Bibble 5.x could be made or broken by the quality of the plugins. With NX2, I use the Color Efex Pro 3.0 plug-ins all the time and they work exactly like the native NX2 edit tools. Bibble 5 would benefit from a 3rd party 'suite' of plugins like Color Efex Pro. I would hope some of the companies making plugins for Aperture and Lightroom make versions for Bibble but it may not be a big enough market for them for a while. 8) Keywords from existing images not appearing: This one bugs me big time.