On 2009-09-30, John Mills <johnmi...@speakeasy.net> wrote:
> If you aren't making any adjustments in UFRaw you may be just as well-off
> to work with [say] JPEG images out of your camera. The intermediate stage
> of adjusting your image in UFRaw is one of the main reasons for using RAW
> format in the first place.
This is as far from being true as one can get.
A hint: a camera uses as-much-pessimized-as-possible computer, and
does RAW-->JPEG conversion in a fraction of a second. RAW converter
most probably uses hundreds times more powerful hardware, and takes up
to minute(s) to perform convertion.
Guess how the results compare...
Hope this helps,
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