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Process RAW Files in�digiKam

May 05, 2011, 09:01 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Dmitri Popov for this link. ]

"digiKam usually does a decent job of decoding RAW files using the default settings. But if you prefer to have complete control of how the application processes RAW files, choose Settings » Configure digiKam, switch to the RAW Decoding section, and enable the Always open the Raw Import Tool to customize settings option. Next time you open a RAW file for editing, digiKam drops you into the RAW Import interface where you can tweak the RAW import and post-processing settings. digiKam relies on the LibRaw library for all RAW processing. LibRaw is a pure C++ library which includes demosaicing algorithms from the dcraw software as well as algorithms from other projects like Rawtherapee."

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