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Until we get non-destructive .dng editing (Which, by the way, is a project in this years Google summer of code!), I'd just stick with good ol' TIFF.<BR>
On Tue, 2010-04-27 at 22:29 -0400, sean darcy wrote:
Martin (KDE) wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 27. April 2010 schrieb sean darcy:
>> I've got a bunch of nef and cr2 files. I'd like to save them as dng
>> files. If I specify dng in the Save As dialog, it seems to work.
>> But digikam (and ufraw and darktable) can't open the saved file.
> I tried it. With my digikam (version 1.1.0 on Fedora 12) I can not
> select dng file type in the save as dialog. If I type in test.dng as
> file name the file is written, a file with the extension dng exists,
> but in reality this is a tiff file.
>> Is this supposed to work? Is saving in nef or cr2 supposed to work?
> This is what the dng-converter is for. But I don't use it for my cr2
> files because neither the exposure nor the white balance was set as
> before. I heard that adobes dng converter is much better, but I never
> have tested this.
Yes, I can convert nef and cr2 files to dng. What I can't do is adjust
nef, cr2 (or dng!) files and then save them.
So how should I save them for future 16 bit editing? tiff? pfm?
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