Software Update: Darktable 3.6.1

Version 3.6.1 of Darktable has been released. Darktable is an open source raw photo editing program, a virtual light box and darkroom for photo editing. It manages digital negatives through a database. The raw photo files are developed by means of so-called sidecar files, where the photos are processed in a non-destructive manner. The software is available for various Linux distributions, macOS and Windows. Version 3.6.1 is a so-called bug fix release in which the following improvements have been made:

Bug Fixes

  • Fix module expand on quick access panel when enabling/disabling module.
  • Fix a possible crash in color calibration module.
  • Fix an inconsistency between the CPU & GPU path in color calibration module.
  • Fix possible issue in OpenCL Bradford non-linear code in color calibration which leads to wrong color rendering.
  • Fix Windows paths handling and encoding.
  • Fix possible issue in exiv2 when trying to write empty strings.
  • Fix by-scale button in export module.
  • Fix crash when renaming a drawn mask.
  • Minor UI fix in duplicate module.
  • Fix possible wrong rendering of the color picker tooltip. (workaround for a possible Gtk issue).
  • Fix filename variable used when importing new pictures.
  • Fix noise profile for RICOH GR III.
  • Fix some memory leaks.

Camera support, compared to 3.6
Base Support

  • Leica C-Lux (3:2)
  • Nikon D6 (14bit compressed, 14bit uncompressed, 12bit compressed, 12bit uncompressed)
  • Nikon Z fc (14bit compressed, 12bit compressed)
  • Sony ILCE-7RM3A
  • Sony ILCE-7RM4A

Noise Profiles

  • Ricoh GR III

Version number 3.6.1
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website dark table
License type GPL