Sep 15

ExifTool 9.70 brings Support for Lytro LFP Files

ExifTool 9.70 brings Support for Lytro LFP Files ExifTool is a popular piece of open-source software which allows users to read, edit and write EXIF metadata from/to images and video. The newest update to version 9.70, released earlier this month, adds support for Lytro RAW files and enables us to read EXIF metadata from Light Field Picture (LFP) files.

Click below to download ExifTool 9.70 directly, or head over to cpan.org to find the latest version.

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Jun 17

Lytro Announces New Open File Format and Open-Source WebGL Player, due July 15

Lytro Announces New Open File Format and Open-Source WebGL Player, due July 15 One of the major points of critique about Lytro’s light field camera(s) is that the only way to share your pictures online is to upload them to Lytro‘s servers first.
Now, in an effort to boost adoption of light field photography, Lytro has announced a new open file format for light field pictures, which will be based on the WebGL standard for 3D graphics. It will be released as an open source project on GitHub, together with a matching, open-source WebGL Player, which will allow users to host interactive light field pictures on their own websites and servers.

“One barrier to [adoption] is we are not as widely deployed and accepted as JPEG,” CEO Jason Rosenthal said in an interview. “We want to start changing that.”

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