Sapphire 11.02 for OFX Linux (RPM)

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To Download and install:

  1. Make sure you have one or more of the following OFX compatible host products on Linux:

Resolve 10 or greater
Nuke 6.3v8 or greater
Fusion Studio 7 or greater
Baselight    4.3 and 4.4 only
Mistika 6.5.35 or greater
2. Quit any host applications that may be running. If you previously installed an older version of Sapphire Plug-ins, the new installation will just replace it. You should not need to uninstall it first. 3. For Red Hat or similar: become root and use the rpm shell command to download (207Mb) and run the installer: rpm -Uvh for 64 bit or download the RPM installer file and install it locally.

For Ubuntu: first make sure you have ‘libjpeg62’, and ‘libglade2-0’ packages installed. Then download the DEB installer file (207Mb), become root, and type the command: dpkg -i –force-architecture sapphireofx_11.010-1_amd64.deb for 64 bit 4. Restart your host product, and the new plug-ins should appear in your effects menu.

To view on-line documentation after you install the software, go to the RedHat or Ubuntu start menu and select GenArts Sapphire OFX -> Sapphire Online Help (HTML) or (PDF). You can also click on the “Help” button while using any plug-in.

This software may use the Qt user interface framework. Qt is distributed under the terms of the Lesser GNU Public License (LGPL), Version 2.1; see for more details. The source code for Qt is available here.

What’s New in Sapphire 11.02 for OFX

  1. LensFlare presets will now sort correctly by creation date.
  2. Fixed the link in version-update.
  3. Fixed scaling of complex widgets when downsampled.
  4. Fixed hang in Nuke when scrubbing the freq param of S_TextureCells, S_TextureSpots, and S_WipeCells.
  5. Fixed the license-tool so that it doesn’t require sudo when run on Linux.
  6. Fixed opening the Preset Browser and Flare Editor in Baselight 5.0.9988 and newer.