Magazine article American Cinematographer

Raw Files

Magazine article American Cinematographer

Raw Files

Article excerpt

OK, you're shooting digital stills in the pro "RAW" format to use in the Kodak Look Manager System. But what if you also want to use these raw files as JPEGs or TIFFs? What next?

Bibble (named after a large cat) started life as a pet project for the company's founder Eric Hyman. With Bibble, users can quickly convert to JPEG or TIFF, perform "after the fact" image manipulations, and correct white balance or exposure errors. Features include a built-in Photoshop plug-in, and blazing speed.

Raw is the best format for working with digital stills. As a commercial film producer and professional photographer, speed and accuracy are everything. When shooting RAW files, it's good to develop a "personal" way of working with the file format. Bibble Pro supports up to 70 cameras.

Bibble Pro offers extremely good color reproduction, with custom profiles of all the major cameras, along with Kodak tools and color management. While most other programs do a good job of "ripping" the files to a .tif or . …

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