nUFRaw – import and edit RAW images from digital cameras

The new Unidentified Flying Raw (nUFRaw) is a utility to read and manipulate raw images from digital cameras. It reads raw images using Dave Coffin’s raw conversion utility – DCRaw.

nUFRaw supports basic color management using Little CMS, allowing the user to apply color profiles. For Nikon
users nUFRaw has the advantage that it can read the camera’s tone curves. Even if you don’t own a Nikon, you can still apply a Nikon curve to your images.

nUFRaw can also work as a GIMP plug-in.

Features include:

  • Updated to the last version of dcraw (lot of new cameras supported).
  • heavily reviewed the preview window (the main UI) in a more standard way.
  • global reset button.
  • new zone-view momentary rendering.
  • all panels are resizabile (paned boxes).
  • standard gtk save window.
  • preview widget on the chooser dialog.
  • three cursor modes (drag, crop and spot) with buttons, cursor action depends on “cursor mode”, not on netbook page.
  • separate the window configuration from the adjustment configuration, windows configuration saves everytime the window is closed.
  • all adjustment have expander, no more tabs/notebook.
  • histograms and curves are resizable.
  • reviewed and separated values table from live histogram.
  • save configuration button moved in configuration tab of options window.
  • restyled settings tab in option window.
  • remember output path and overwrite moved to settings tab in options window.
  • display profile moved in settings tab of options window.
  • exif table columns are drag-resizable.
  • preset for grayscale color mixer (values are set according to typical color filters for b&w).
  • basecurve and ICC profile moved together in “input” section.
  • monitor profile moved to option window.
  • file chooser hides during raw editing.
  • disabled “file delete” button (that’s not the place).
  • zoom slider.
  • blackpoint slider.
  • restyled crop/rotate section.
  • output size (shrink) and format are now in a new “output section”.
  • Curve and black point reset action are now more logical.
  • Manual curve automatically resets on spline errors.
  • Save dialog checks for .nufraw overwriting too.
  • zoom-to-fit now works on cropped area.

Website: sourceforge.net/projects/nufraw
Support:
Developer: accio7
License: GNU General Public License; either Version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version

nUFRaw
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nUFRaw is written in C and C++. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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