[Digikam-users] No version of digikam can read my Canon G1 raw files

Paul Waldo paul at waldoware.com
Wed Jun 11 19:19:11 CEST 2008


Hi all, 

I am having great difficulties editing raw files from Canon G1 camera. I get an error like this: 

digikam: /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw : RAW file identified 
Running RAW decoding command: /usr/lib/libkdcraw3/kdcraw -c -v -4 -h -H 0 -b 1 -w -q 0 -o 1 /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw 
RAW decoding StdErr: Loading Canon PowerShot G1 image from /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw ... 
RAW decoding StdErr: Scaling with darkness 24, saturation 1023, and 
multipliers 1.317250 1.196622 1.550060 1.000000 
Converting to sRGB colorspace... 
Writing data to standard output ... 
digikam: White Level: 8091 
digikam: White Point: 65535 
digikam: /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw : RAW file identified 
Running RAW decoding command: /usr/lib/libkdcraw3/kdcraw -c -v -4 -H 4 -b 3.77 -w -q 3 -o 0 /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw 
RAW decoding StdErr: Loading Canon PowerShot G1 image from /media/camera/2008-05-24/photo2008-05-24_17-58-12-000003.crw ... 
RAW decoding StdErr: Scaling with darkness 24, saturation 1023, and 
multipliers 0.849805 0.771984 1.000000 0.645136 
RAW decoding StdErr: Bilinear interpolation... 
RAW decoding StdErr: VNG interpolation... 
RAW decoding StdErr: Rebuilding highlights... 
RAW decoding StdErr: Building histograms... 
RAW decoding StdErr: Writing data to standard output ... 
Cannot parse header from RAW decoding: Magic is: P7 


I have tried digikam version all the way up to 0.9.4beta5 and I'm running the latest libkdcraw (0.1.4). Any ideas? Thanks in advance! 

Paul 

PS 
Editing works fine for my Canon Digital Rebel raw files 
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