Greg 'groggy' Lehey <> writes:

> On Tuesday, 10 July 2018 at  8:10:08 -0700, Albert Szostkiewicz wrote:
>> It streamlines simple work that has to be done without requirement
>> of 3rd party software in the process.
> It still requires mouse pushing.  If you're looking for automatic raw
> conversions, you can do that too with UFRaw, which has a batch mode.
> Read in your images, run ufraw-batch on them to produce TIFF output
> files, and you're ready to go.

I used to use this for conversion:
# see <>
# see <>

for i in *.cr2; do
    dcraw -v -w -4 ${BASENAME}.cr2
    convert -gamma 2.2 ${BASENAME}.ppm ${BASENAME}.tif && rm ${BASENAME}.ppm
    exiftool -tagsfromfile ${BASENAME}.cr2 -overwrite_original_in_place 
-exif:all ${BASENAME}.tif

Best regards,
Andreas Hirczy <>        
Graz University of Technology                       phone: +43/316/873-   8190
Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics    fax: +43/316/873-10 8190
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