Graphics & Photo Software Conversion Bibble Professional for Windows

Bibble Professional for Windows 5.0-Preview 1 for Windows

by Bibble Labs

Avg. Rating 2.4 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 61.0 MB
License Shareware, $129.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,968
Publisher Bibble Labs
Homepage Bibble

Publisher's Description

Bibble is a image processing application that provides tools to process, edit, and print raw files from your digital camera (while preserving the original raw file).

Bibble Pro adds Advanced Copy and Paste, Work Queues, Fully Multithreaded,IPTC Captioning support, and Tethered shooting over Bibble Lite.

Latest Reviews

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v4.9.5 on Oct 9, 2007

This is THE raw converter. Nothing comes as close. Try it and never look back. Also, check out those plugins: http://www.nexi.com/ . Amazing!
(don't let the scariest design fool you!!!)

Malcy

Malcy reviewed v4.9 on Oct 28, 2006

I have to say that the previous reviewer is being extremely hard on this product. It supports 70 raw camera formats including all DSLR's and many compacts. It's true that it doesn't support the Fuji S5100, but it does support other Fujis including the popular S7000.

The software is excellent for processing both raw and jpeg images and every minor version brings new features like Perfectly Clear, lens distortion correction, built in Noise Ninja etc.

When you do have problems, they are quickly sorted through the forum by the software's creators.

elpopi

elpopi reviewed v4.9 on Sep 25, 2006

Great software and now with very useful free plugins. Many cameras supported. Fuji digicams users check freeware S7RAW.

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v4.2.6 on Aug 4, 2005

Unfortunately, I have to rate is low, however, it is a decent product. It is a paradox, but I will explain my rating.

Quite a lot of RAW converter producers ignore the fact that RAW files are not something for pros only (like 2-3 years ago). For example, Bibble is useless for the owners of Fuji S5100/S5500 (an enormously popular amateur camera), and some other cameras which consitute around 70% market share. Believe or not but more people use relatively cheap cameras (which can register RAW files anyway) rather than the pro ones (and there are more Chevy Corvette drivers than their Lambo Murcielago or McLaren F1 friends...).
Bibble says no to them. I say no to Bibble.

PS What is funny, Photoshop does support almost all cameras that utilize RAW files, including the cheapest ones!

Avg. Rating 2.4 (18 votes)
Your Rating
Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v4.9.5 on Oct 9, 2007

This is THE raw converter. Nothing comes as close. Try it and never look back. Also, check out those plugins: http://www.nexi.com/ . Amazing!
(don't let the scariest design fool you!!!)

Malcy

Malcy reviewed v4.9 on Oct 28, 2006

I have to say that the previous reviewer is being extremely hard on this product. It supports 70 raw camera formats including all DSLR's and many compacts. It's true that it doesn't support the Fuji S5100, but it does support other Fujis including the popular S7000.

The software is excellent for processing both raw and jpeg images and every minor version brings new features like Perfectly Clear, lens distortion correction, built in Noise Ninja etc.

When you do have problems, they are quickly sorted through the forum by the software's creators.

elpopi

elpopi reviewed v4.9 on Sep 25, 2006

Great software and now with very useful free plugins. Many cameras supported. Fuji digicams users check freeware S7RAW.

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v4.2.6 on Aug 4, 2005

Unfortunately, I have to rate is low, however, it is a decent product. It is a paradox, but I will explain my rating.

Quite a lot of RAW converter producers ignore the fact that RAW files are not something for pros only (like 2-3 years ago). For example, Bibble is useless for the owners of Fuji S5100/S5500 (an enormously popular amateur camera), and some other cameras which consitute around 70% market share. Believe or not but more people use relatively cheap cameras (which can register RAW files anyway) rather than the pro ones (and there are more Chevy Corvette drivers than their Lambo Murcielago or McLaren F1 friends...).
Bibble says no to them. I say no to Bibble.

PS What is funny, Photoshop does support almost all cameras that utilize RAW files, including the cheapest ones!

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