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RAW conversion konqueror right-click menu - version 0.2

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« on: February 17, 2008, 07:39:59 am »

Download at the DFPE website: http://www.pclinuxos.nl/downloads/ufrb-kde-0.2.tar.gz or on kde-apps.org

This should work on any KDE based distro with UFRaw, Exiv2 and ImageMagick installed. Available for download from kde-apps.org or from the DPE website. I seem to be too stupid to make it into a noarch rpm so I would be greatly appreciative of someone who can Wink

Contains 2 color profiles, a ufraw ID file, a *.Desktop servicemenu and a bash script.

What it does: right-click any number of raw files (even multiple from different cameras) and choose your processing option from 4 formats and 3 levels of sharpening, plus 1 high-iso mode.

Raw files are converted by ufraw-batch and get unsharp masking in CIE profile before being converted to the requested file format in sRGB. Finally, exif info is extracted from the RAW file and copied to the converted image by EXIV2.

High-iso mode adds the dcraw wavelet NR into the workflow.

Note: by converting a RAW file through UFRaw and saving the associated ID file as "standard.ufraw" in /usr/share/color/profiles" you can finetune the way ufrb-kde works to your preferred way of working!

Version 0.2
Now makes thumbnails with selectable text, fonts and colors
Rightclick servicemenu now includes option to generate thumbnails only, jpegs only or both.

Screenshots at http://www.pbase.com/newmikey/ufrb_kde






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