Film Dev Timer

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Java based timer used to aid in developing photographic film
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Latest tag: v0.1-beta
git clone https://github.com/f13dev/Film-Dev-Timer.git

Release downloads

These release downloads are packaged with a compatible version of the Java Runtime Environment (except for the MacOS release).
FDT 0.1 for Windows (64-Bit) (57.3MB)
FDT 0.1 for Linux (64-Bit) (62.5MB)
FDT 0.1 for Linux (32-Bit) (63.6MB)
FDT 0.1 for Mac OS X (64-Bit) (Requires Java 7 or above) (614KB)

About

Film Dev Timer (or FDT for short) aids traditional black and white photographers in the developing process of their films. It times each part of the developing process and is customisable to suite the users requirements.

Customisations include:
Modifying default pre-wash, developer, stop bath, fixer, hypo clearing, final wash and wetting agent times
Modifying default agitation plan including initial agitation as well as setting a short agitation that reoccurs every minute.

Screen shots

The home screen of FDT, showing options to select a film from the database or manually enter developing times.

The home screen of FDT, showing options to select a film from the database or manually enter developing times.

Selecting a film from the database that is included with Film Dev Timer

Selecting a film from the database that is included with Film Dev Timer

Selecting a developer from the database that is included with Film Dev Timer

Selecting a developer from the database that is included with Film Dev Timer

Film Dev Timer showing a summary of development process times before development begins

Film Dev Timer showing a summary of development process times before development begins

Film Dev Timer's manual development time settings, allowing custom times to be set for each part of the development process

Film Dev Timer’s manual development time settings, allowing custom times to be set for each part of the development process

The timer screen of Film Dev Timer, showing the remaining time for the current process. Audible tones are also used to indicate agitation and the end of each process

The timer screen of Film Dev Timer, showing the remaining time for the current process. Audible tones are also used to indicate agitation and the end of each process

The Film Dev Timers settings page allows default processing times for each stage of development and for custom agitation routines

The Film Dev Timers settings page allows default processing times for each stage of development and for custom agitation routines