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Old 12-04-2007, 02:36 PM
"Cory K."
 
Default For the photographers. gimp-ufraw/gimp-dcraw/rawstudio

So here's a question for the photobugs.

From Feisty to Gutsy we switched from gimp-dcraw to -ufraw because it
provided more options and we were told by other users that it was better.

Now I have another question on this topic. gimp-ufraw or Rawstudio?
http://rawstudio.org Now this question will not remove gimp-ufraw. I'm
simply wondering if the addition of Rawstudio would provide anything
over gimp-ufraw?

I've been told that RAW formats change slightly from maker to maker and
support for the formats are added to the app or plugin.

So does Rawstudio excel anywhere?

-Cory m/

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Old 12-05-2007, 06:38 AM
Jack Bowling
 
Default For the photographers. gimp-ufraw/gimp-dcraw/rawstudio

On Tue, Dec 04, 2007 at 10:36:33AM -0500, Cory K. wrote:
> So here's a question for the photobugs.
>
> From Feisty to Gutsy we switched from gimp-dcraw to -ufraw because it
> provided more options and we were told by other users that it was better.
>
> Now I have another question on this topic. gimp-ufraw or Rawstudio?
> http://rawstudio.org Now this question will not remove gimp-ufraw. I'm
> simply wondering if the addition of Rawstudio would provide anything
> over gimp-ufraw?
>
> I've been told that RAW formats change slightly from maker to maker and
> support for the formats are added to the app or plugin.
>
> So does Rawstudio excel anywhere?
>
In my opinion, no. But then much depends on an individual's personal needs
and workflow. The ufraw plugin to GIMP works perfectly for me (with the
mandatory addition of the GREYCStoration gimp plugin). But I also use
Hugin, fotox, and LightZone depending on the need. Best thing to do is
check out Rawstudio and see what it can do for you.

Jack


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