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Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:17 pm
Has anyone tried this out, looks very cool.
For "developing" RAW files, looks to do an excellent job from the samples posted in some of the links.
Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 12:46 pm
Its now part of nekoware and you w'll find a package in our /beta directory. It needs some testing and it would be fine if you can take a look.
Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 11:07 am
abagail07 wrote:Has anyone tried this out, looks very cool.
Actually, the beauty of the program is not what you can achieve with it but more the information about zillions different raw formats you can gather by reading the source...
Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:35 pm
Great. I am without a machine at the moment. I am getting 3 O2's over the course of the next month, one for beer! no less. But I will definitely post feedback when I test this out. I am strictly a user, I can't even program my VCR, so it would be way cool if someone decided to do a graphical front end for this (pretty please), it has been done for mac OSX.
Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:15 pm
Wanting to open up RAW image files from my Nikon D3300 on IRIX.. dcraw v8.23 is part of nekoware.. but is an older version.
The DCRAW version from nekoware did not write to TIFF files.
I compiled v9.27 .. had to mod the code a bit.. and have the latest dcraw compiled for IRIX
used MIPSPRO to compile.
I only tested it by converting a RAW image from from Nikon D3300 (a NEF file) and it outputed to a nice TIFF using the -T argument. I was pleased, and stopped there to try testing it more fully at a later date. Anyone else can help out testing it too.. The mods I made are all basic.. but one mod I had to comment out a line during the TIFF creation.. I assumed it would be a negative mod but it didn't seem to affect anything (yet).
Ill create a tardist later updating the nekoware version, when time permits. For now, you can just swap out your /usr/nekoware/bin/dcraw or place this somewhere else in your PATH.
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Raw photo decoder "dcraw" v9.27
by Dave Coffin, dcoffin a cybercom o net
Usage: ./dcraw [OPTION]... [FILE]...
-v Print verbose messages
-c Write image data to standard output
-e Extract embedded thumbnail image
-i Identify files without decoding them
-i -v Identify files and show metadata
-z Change file dates to camera timestamp
-w Use camera white balance, if possible
-a Average the whole image for white balance
-A <x y w h> Average a grey box for white balance
-r <r g b g> Set custom white balance
+M/-M Use/don't use an embedded color matrix
-C <r b> Correct chromatic aberration
-P <file> Fix the dead pixels listed in this file
-K <file> Subtract dark frame (16-bit raw PGM)
-k <num> Set the darkness level
-S <num> Set the saturation level
-n <num> Set threshold for wavelet denoising
-H [0-9] Highlight mode (0=clip, 1=unclip, 2=blend, 3+=rebuild)
-t [0-7] Flip image (0=none, 3=180, 5=90CCW, 6=90CW)
-o [0-6] Output colorspace (raw,sRGB,Adobe,Wide,ProPhoto,XYZ,ACES)
-d Document mode (no color, no interpolation)
-D Document mode without scaling (totally raw)
-j Don't stretch or rotate raw pixels
-W Don't automatically brighten the image
-b <num> Adjust brightness (default = 1.0)
-g <p ts> Set custom gamma curve (default = 2.222 4.5)
-q [0-3] Set the interpolation quality
-h Half-size color image (twice as fast as "-q 0")
-f Interpolate RGGB as four colors
-m <num> Apply a 3x3 median filter to R-G and B-G
-s [0..N-1] Select one raw image or "all" from each file
-6 Write 16-bit instead of 8-bit
-4 Linear 16-bit, same as "-6 -W -g 1 1"
-T Write TIFF instead of PPM
Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:06 am
Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:06 am
A truly excellent program. Preferred this over something like UFRaw any day. I last had a little flirt with it about 5 years ago and it took all the Canon, Nikon and Olympus raw formats. Easy source to follow, great for shoehorning in to your own 'digital photo workflow'.
Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 10:19 am
I will test this myself too. The ability to process Nikon RAW outside of the ViewNX2 would be useful. Thanks.
Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:32 am
I used it years ago when I had PowerPC Macs only (my Nikon D7000 is the first generation of camera not supported by Apple's RAW thing on Mac OS X 10.5).
It is a great tool and I bet the most skilled ones here could write a very nice graphical front-end for it.