Rawstudio is an open source raw-image converter.
Rawstudio can read and convert RAW-photos from many different cameras, including Nikon and Canon. Rawstudio uses dcraw.
It has a graphical user interface, so you can simply open a RAW file and experiment with the controls to see how they effect the image. Rawstudio has a very simple architecture which is optimized for ease of use and therefore should be intuitive to most photographers.
- Intuitive GTK+ interface.
- Reads all dcraw supported formats.
- Internal 16 bit rgb.
- Color management using Little CMS.
- Batch processing.
- Various post-shot controls (white balance, saturation and exposure compensation among others).
- Realtime histogram.
- Exposure mask.
- Easy sorting of images.
- Fullscreen mode for better overview.
- XML settings cache.
- Basic EXIF-reading.
- Tethered shooting.
- Automatic distortion correction.
- Batch uploading is supported for Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, and Facebook photo albums.
- Built-in tag editor with the tags stored in EXIF metadata.
- Hot or dead pixel removal – Rawstudio identifies and removes these pixels which are caused when a SLR sensor fails.
- Supports DNG Color Profiles (DCPs).
- Optimized for and SSE and SSE2 (detected runtime) and fully multithreaded.
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