On 09/21/12 16:48, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 2:02 AM, Gary Aitken wrote:
>> I'm trying to automate a process, and don't want to have to manually start 
>> ufraw.
>> I could start ufraw and use its "gimp" button to transfer
>> control to gimp, but that doesn't do what I want either --
>> if you tell ufraw to "save" to get the .ufraw file saved, it quits;
>> so then you can't transfer control to gimp.
>> Fundamentally, I want to do the following:
>> specify a set of raw file names to process
>> specify a destination directory
>> for each raw file:
>> a.  process in ufraw
>>   a1.    manual crop, etc., if desired
>>   a2.    save a .ufraw file in the source directory
>> b.  process in gimp
>>   b1.    manual manipulation if desired
>>   b2.    automatic resizing and sharpening, etc
>>   b3.    automatically generate a .jpeg file in the destination directory
> Is there a reason you can't save .ufraw for each file, then run ufraw
> in batch mode to create TIFF files for further editing with GIMP?
> I'm wondering, because it's something I used to do a lot some 4 or 5
> years ago, before darktable was conceived.

Thanks for the suggestion; a variant of that idea may work.

>> On 09/22/2012 12:17 AM, Gerald wrote:
>> As far as I know, UFRaw is mostly a graphical front-end for the command-line
>> utility DCRaw.

On 09/21/12 16:35, Partha Bagchi wrote:
> It is a modified version and so not as up to date as DCRaw which has
> all the options you need. :)

Unfortunately, I need the gui interface to determine what the parameters
should be -- crops and exposure mods, for example.

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