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    Anybody tried the Bibble5.1 program

    While looking for a Linux raw processing program with Chromatic Aberration adjustment, I found "Bibble5.1" with program versions for Windows, Mac and Linux.

    http://www.bibblelabs.com/

    Has anybody tried, or is using, this program?
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    I tried an earlier version on a Windows machine a couple of years ago and it felt quite "clunky", I have heard reasonable reports about the newer versions and being able to run it on linux based machines is a plus.
    Can't help with much more info though.
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    I gave it a quick go ... no way near as good as Lightroom.
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    I had a go at the Mac version - yeah, clunky also with respect to user interface. Then again, Aperture is a hard act to follow on that count. Your options are somewhat more limited in linux, so it may be the best of a limited bunch.

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    I`ve tried Bibble 5.1, it makes Silkypix look even better.
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