LibRaw 0.12.4

LibRaw 0.12.4 is available for download.

This version includes new dcraw.c source (9.06/1.440), so supported camera list has changed:

  • New cameras are supported: Canon S95, Casio EX-Z1080, Panasonic GF2 and GH2, Samsung NX100, Sony A-580
  • Updated color data for: Canon G12, Nikon D3100, D7000 and P7000, Olympus E-5, Pentax K-r and K-5, Samsung NX10 and WB2000

LibRaw 0.13-Beta2

The LibRaw 0.13-Beta2 introduces several changes:

  • Exposure correction code is completely rewritten. The new one has working range from 0.25 (-4 stops) to 8 (+3 stops) and have no artifacts on images where channel intensity map differs from luminocity map.
  • Minor changes in AHD interpolation to improve thread safety.
  • Several minor bug fixes in samples.

LibRaw 0.12.2

LibRaw 0.12.2 is available at download area

This version fixes problems that occur while processing certain files from Fujifilm Finepix S5500 cameras. In addition, several annoying bugs in pkgconfig are addressed, and the order of the placement of #include directives has been changed to simplify KDE/Win32 builds using Visual C++.

LibRaw 0.12 Release

LibRaw 0.12.0 becomes new stable version and available from download area.

This version introduces additional 'demosaic packs' distributed under different licensing.

Complete changelist:

  • DCB interpolation and FBDD denoising integrated into main LibRaw.
  • Two addtional demosaic packs:
    • GPL2-licensed: AFD, LMMSE, VCD, Modified AHD and AHD+VCD interpolations. Additional median filters from 'Modified DCRAW' package. Foveon support also included in this pack.
    • GPL3-licensed: AMaZE interpolation and chromatic aberrations correction from RawTherapee
  • LCMS 2.x support
  • New ./configure script, based on GNU autotools.
  • Bugfixes:
    • Fix in green_matching code to support nonstandard Bayer pattern
    • Fixed bug in add_masked_borders_to_bitmap() call for cameras with masked border composed of odd number of pixels.
  • New command line options for unprocessed_raw sample: -B - subtract black level, -M - add masked pixels to bitmap.

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