Well, this is the big news: Bibble became Corel AfterShot Pro!
I hope this will be a new beginning for my favourite RAW developer, and I hope it will have the success it deserves. This should motivate Corel to invest even more in this new product, for more features, more regular updates, and listening for user feedback.
I think the team badly needs a few more developers.
AfterShot could push Corel to port PaintShop Pro to Linux, too - the operating system badly needs a performant bitmap editor. Gimp is almost a decade behind Photoshop considering its features.
Now about my plugins
The good news is that AfterShot Pro has the same great plugin architecture as Bibble - with even more flexibility!
Right now I'm upgrading my plugins to the new SDK, to be able to take advantage of the new features. I hope I'll be able to release them during the next month.
Note that Pixie and Blacky are now part of AfterShot Pro core. You can find both in theStandard tab as Raw noise removal and Blacks.
Harry, Sally and Vigne and Zone should be the first plugins to be updated, followed bySallyPro.
iNDA will be discontinued, and Lay will be dropped untill the SDK will support the changing of the alpha channel.
...and new plugins will come shortly!