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ufraw on Linux

1. ColinBrough8 August 2014, 12:59 GMT +02:00

Anyone else use ufraw on Linux to get Canon Camera Raw (.CR2) files into JPEG? I've started to get black artefacts in corners or at edges, meaning I have to marginally crop the images down before they can be used. The 'eog' can now view .CR2 files directly, but maybe uses a different backend since the artefacts don't show up there (though resolution is reduced when viewing within eog). Haven't noticed it before - though not used ufraw much till recently. (Recent OS update to Ubuntu 14.04 probably when the change in behaviour happened.)

2. ColinBrough8 August 2014, 13:30 GMT +02:00

Meant to post a link to the corner of an image, showing example artefacts:

http://www.colinbrough.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Example.jpg

This is top left corner of an image; artefacts like this will either be present at all corners, or in the middle of each edge.

3. gesinek8 August 2014, 14:34 GMT +02:00

Just tried it. I have the same phenomenon. You're right that's new. Maybe at next update/upgrade it will be better again. But it is worth to tell it to the developers.

I normaly use Darktable for .CR2's. It is more powerful but I think not as simple to use as ufraw. ufraw is ore comfortable to me.

4. ColinBrough8 August 2014, 18:05 GMT +02:00

Oooh, thanks Gesinek! Didn't know about that one... time to play... (And glad the ufraw thing is not just me being stupid...)

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