RAW/JPG Article

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
moimoi Veteran Member • Posts: 4,160
Re: Works on Linux, MAC and Windows

alphacam wrote:

eh. If you have CS5, you already have a nice raw converter. (Need CS6 for a99 files though.) Just go to File - Open, point/select all the RAW files in the subdirectory and the click Open. Then Camera RAW will open on the scren. At the bottom center, select the correct setting like sRGB-something (or you can use something else too). Then back at the top-left, click Select All. Then click the bottom left Save Images (and come back to the computer a few minutes later, or do something else while it's converting/saving the big batch of files in the background). On the right side, some people may people may tweak some settings before converting but i usually like to keep it all plain/default. On some difficult shots that we'll need to fix, we can open it here (just one picture/file at a time) and then recover/mess with it or click on the Open Images button on the lower right side of the screen. Have fun!!

My question was concerned with how rawthetherapee performs against ACR.  I used ACR on the daily basis.

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