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The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera

The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera

Posted Feb 15, 2005 20:28 UTC (Tue) by skellba (guest, #8043)
In reply to: The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera by pauly
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera

regarding raw: look at "http://www.cybercom.net/~dcoffin/dcraw/" I use dcraw for my Canon Powerhot G2 and it works very well. But sometimes you need some tweaking to get the colors right (white correction). Especially useful is the 16bit option for difficult pictures. But unfortunately there is no linux programm to handle these 48bit tiffs.

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Stefan Kell


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The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera

Posted Feb 18, 2005 21:37 UTC (Fri) by roelofs (guest, #2599) [Link]

But unfortunately there is no linux programm to handle these 48bit tiffs.

What kind of handling do you need? The old version of NETPBM handled 16bps images in text mode just fine (and could be compiled to do some level of binary-mode support, IIRC); I'd be surprised if the new version has lost that capability. Of course, you'd have to handle EXIF stuff separately, and it can take some experimentation to get the right set of commands piped together, but it always seemed to work pretty well for me. Can't say that I've done any 16bps work in recent years, though.

Greg

The Grumpy Editor plugs in his camera

Posted Feb 20, 2005 13:21 UTC (Sun) by smurf (subscriber, #17840) [Link]

dcraw is a somewhat basic tool. Use ufraw.

http://www.aei.mpg.de/~udif/UFRaw/

(I'm the Debian maintainer.)

48-bit

Posted Feb 27, 2005 17:27 UTC (Sun) by gvy (guest, #11981) [Link]

There _were_ at least two such software packages.

nip may be one of them, I don't remember the name of the second -- you could try too google up message in news://fido7.ru.linux ("Alex Korchmar nip") -- he was asking this and got a few surprising answers last autumn or even winter.


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