On 1/4/2018 8:48 AM, Scott Gomez wrote:
On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 9:26 PM Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Although I have been occasionally frustrated in using Hugin's interface,
Only occasionally? I know next time I'll be lost again.
Understatement 'R' me.
I don't recall having PS choke. OTOH, I have 32 GB of RAM and the cache on
a fast SSD. :-)
Not choked in that sense. Rather, choked in sense of not good results due
to problems with seams/blending.
Hugin allows for setting of control points
manually that can correct such issues in panos where for one reason or
another (such as insufficient or ambiguous overlap) PS did a bad job. It's
tedious and frustration making, but can be a way of getting a decent --even
great-- pano that was problematic otherwise.
Sounds ugly . . .
Didn't like the Gimp, some time ago. I've got Darktable, but playing for
now is limited to the two apps on trials that
Gimp has had *lots* of updates. I think it's generally improved with time.
For someone that wqs never a heavy user of PS, like me, I suspect the
frustration level is lower than for those who have developed "muscle
memory" with PS.
Money spent (in whatever amount desired) in supporting
them goes directly to development instead of funding marketing and DRM
Hey! DRM is all I use LR for, a lot, and development there is good!!
Are we talking about two different acronyms here? I was a bit redundant, as
the one I was referring to was Digital Rights Management
Well, DAM, which is what I meant, as opposed to what you wrote.
, i.e. that
syndrome where software developers (or others, like music/movie producers)
attempt to impose all sorts of odd, protected by statute, usually only
temporarily effective, schemes to prevent use of their IP without
sufficient permission (and often --deliberately-- designed in such a way as
to infringe upon the end-user's statutory rights).
(Note that I do think there needs to be rights management of some sort, to
ensure people do/can get paid where desired. However, doing so in such a
way that infringes on the rights of the end-user isn't the way to go about
The Millennium Copyright Act is a mess for individual sellers and buyers.
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