Fotoxx – The swiss army knife of Linux photo editors

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Fotoxx is an open source and freely available photo editing tool similar to Gimp. Its extremely light weight when compared to its more famous peers. With its current version 11.02, it is packed with some pretty cool features despite its small size.

Fotoxx is pretty feature rich. It can also act as a nifty little image collection management tool. Some of its features include exploring and navigating images using Thumbnail browser, importing camera raw files, 16-bit color editing, saving images in TIFF -8/16, PNG and JPG file formats with variable compressions.

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Install Fotoxx in Ubuntu

To install Fotoxx on Ubuntu, download the Fotoxx DEB and RPM packages from the parent site @ Fotoxx Packages.

Via Terminal you can do a

sudo dpkg -i fotoxx-11.02-32.deb

Kornelix is the cool guy behind Fotoxx and you can catch him and his collection of Ubuntu/Linux software @ Kornelix.com

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