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UFRaw-Assist

   0.20  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 54%
UFRaw-Assist
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  555
Submitted:  Apr 14 2007
Updated:  Jun 15 2007

Description:

UFRaw-Assist will use the command-line batch facility of UFRaw, combined with the ImageMagick Convert program to apply raw conversion on a batch of similar images.

The raw conversion can either be done on the basis of the options in the UFRaw-Assist only, an existing *.ufraw ID file created from one of the images or a "standardized" configuration file previously created.

UFRaw-Assist uses the new wavelet noise reduction facility that is being adapted for UFRaw by its creator, Udi Fuchs, on the basis of the original DCRaw by Dave Coffins. For this it is necessary to use the CVS version of UFRaw or version 0.12 when it is released.

Images can be converted to several file formats and sharpened with IM's unsharp mask facility. If so required, a web thumbnail can be generated with selected framecolors and text annotation.

UFRaw-Assist works either through a Konqueror servicemenu (select group of raw files, right-click and choose "Process raw image") or as a drop-target on the Desktop (drag and drop raw files on the desktop icon)




Changelog:

Version 0.20
Now uses exiv2 to retain full exif information in both jpeg fullsize output and thumbnails.

Version 0.1
An combination of my earlier dcraw-assist and ideas/code from "Process raw images" by Hubert M. on http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Process+Raw+Images?content=51724

Version 0.11
*Fixed data retention of output colour profile
*Fixed linkage between slider and spinbox for noise reduction, saturation and exposure
*Added checkbox to hide controls
*Fixed small coding issues with wavelet noise reduction (0 removes it from the commandline)
*Added option "From conf file" to white balance options to account for manual WB.




LicenseGPL
(UFRaw-Assist 0.20)
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