[Digikam-users] raw conversion

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 08:02:02 BST 2008


Can you send me a mail in private with 2 samples of RAW image taken
with your D300: one horizontally and one vertically

Thanks in advance

Gilles Caulier

2008/7/9 Michael Stoehrel <michael at stoehrel.ch>:
> Hi all
> OK, I found the option to show the full image size.
> But again, I try to explain what I am doing:
> I have a upright "filename.nef" (Nikon RAW, D300, without ) with exif
> orientation left, bottom.
> Showing it in the Viewer (F3) shows me a high resolution picture, with
> or without setting the full image size option.
> Showing it in the Slideshow (F9) shows me also a high resolution picture.
> Always in the correct orientation.
> After converting it with "tools, raw image converter" or the batch
> version of it to "filename.jpg"
> I have a wrong oriented "filename.jpg" with exif orientation left,
> bottom in thumbnails.
> Depending on the setting of "show full image", I have the picture in
> High or low resoution in
> the viewer (F3) or Slideshow (F9) but wrong oriented.
> In Lighttable (Shift+F6), I have always the low res picture, wrong oriented.
> If I edit (F4) now the picture and save it again as filename.jpg, I have
> the high res picture regardless of the setting of the full image size
> option.
> I found out: "Auto Rotate" option has to be set for the thumbnail, low
> res and the high res extra.
> In Settings I have the Exif orientation on and in the converter advanced
> tab the rotate pixel option off.
> If I convert the picture with Nikon FX or Lighzone from .nef to .jpg, I
> have always a high res picture in the right orientation
> in Viewer (F3) or Slideshow (F9)
> How to get a correct oriented conversion?
> How to disable the embedded low res picture in the converison to .jpg?
> best regards
> Michael
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