An alternative to Ufraw is Rawthrapee.
You have to save the result of Rawtherapee as a tiff file.
2015-01-01 17:46 GMT+01:00 Kevin Cozens <ke...@ve3syb.ca>:
> On 15-01-01 09:16 AM, Dutchbert wrote:
>> I shoot RAW and you can probably guess where this heading. Is there no
>> way I can
>> use GIMP for processing RAW files?
> You need to install either the ufraw or dcraw plug-ins for GIMP. I prefer
> dcraw. When you open a RAW file when using the ufraw plug-in you get a
> dialog box from ufraw with all its standard image manipulation features
> before you have even loaded it in to GIMP to see what might need to be done
> to the image.
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