Continuing the discussion from PhotoFlow vs Filmulator:
To build Filmulator on Ubuntu, it shouldn’t be that difficult.
If you’re on Ubuntu 15.10, you can install Qt from the Ubuntu repositories, though I don’t know exactly which packages are preferable. I use the latest Qt from here on my own machine.
Then, you install libtiff, libgomp, libexiv2, libjpeg (on Ubuntu:
libjpegturbo8-dev), and libraw.
LibRaw is best built from source: get them here, and make sure to include the GPL2 and GPL3 demosaic packs; they need the makefile to be edited to point at their directories.
Now for Filmulator itself: go to an open directory, and run
git clone https://github.com/CarVac/filmulator-gui.git to get the Filmulator source.
Open Qt Creator, navigate to Filmulator’s .pro file, initialize the build configurations, and hit the green arrow at the bottom left to build and run it.
That’s really annoying for new users, so I really need to figure out how to package it…