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Rawstudio: A Fast and Light RAW Photo Converter

Apr 26, 2007, 07:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nathan Willis)

"Rawstudio is an open source, GTK+-based RAW photo converter. It takes a straightforward approach--no outside-the-box interface designs, no fancy frills. The result is an easy-to-use application that is stable enough for everyday usage, even though it is still undergoing constant development.

"You can download the latest source code packages from the project's Web site; the code is a simple compile without arcane external dependencies. Because Rawstudio is GPL-licensed, your Linux distro may ship it or include it in the official package repository, but Rawstudio releases are dependable enough that fetching and building the latest version is worth the trouble. As of press time, the latest release is 0.5.1, which is the first to support batch operations--an extremely helpful feature..."

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