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"Before you start using Rawstudio, it's a good idea to adjust the default settings. To do this, choose Edit » Preferences. By default, Rawstudio creates a hidden .rawstudio directory in every folder you open in the application. Rawstudio uses these hidden directories to save image settings, such as basic adjustments, crop, rotation, etc. If you prefer to store this information in a single location in your home directory, tick the Place cache in home directory check box in the General section. In the Quick export section, you can specify output settings, including file format, color space, and destination directory. Here you can also define a custom file naming rule using several variables. To see a list of available variables and their brief explanations, press the plus button next to the Filename template drop-down list. In addition to standard file formats such as JPEG, TIFF, and PNG, Rawstudio can upload processed photos directly to popular photo sharing services like Flickr, Picasa, and Facebook."

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