>I will try to use the tif. But could you try to answer this as well:
>If the original CR2 (RAW) file s sharp as nails (looks exactly the
>same as camera generated JPG) then how can the UFRaw generated picture
>be less sharp than the original RAW file?
I tried the tiff format but it does not seems to make a lot of sense with Gimp.
Gimp cannot handle 16-bit tiff images and i lose a lot that extra information
from the 14-bit RAW file.
Or am i missing something here?
Also, why does my windows show that the jpg files are 24bit - should they not be
8bit? Or is it 8 bit per channel * 3?
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