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After years of hacking bits
After years of hacking bits out of dcraw myself, I adopted LibRAW quite some time ago and haven't looked back. The software is designed for astrophotography and is called "Nebulosity 3" -- http://www.stark-labs.com/nebulosity.html
qDslrDashboard is a cross platform application (Android, iOS, Linux, OSX, Windows) for controlling DSLR (Nikon, Canon, Sony) and is using LibRaw for displaying RAW images downloaded from DSLR.
My little LibRaw software
Hi, here is my little software (Freeware) using LibRaw: TOMYO TiltShiftEasy - http://www.tomyo.org/TiltShiftEasy.php - a small and easy to use tool to create tilt-shift photo effects. I'm using LibRaw because the compatibility with the various RAW formats is outstanding, besides the project comes with clean/working Visual Studio solution (i really appreciate that). Thanks to all LibRaw developers!
Since 1.5 year I started developing yet another software for astrophotography called "LightDrops". It's still a modest project but I hope it will grow. It's hosted in Github for now: https://github.com/raphaelattie/LightDrops
I'm not a professional software developer, but a solar physicist and astronomer who learned programming on the job. In this project I am being helped by a professional software developer who has taught me the basic principles of software development, just enough to get me started with this project. I aim at uniting simplicity, scientific precision and efficiency, which are often mutually exclusive in our realm. Libraw is essential in the development of this software and I thank the development team for making it available. Don't hesitate to share ideas for this project, should you have any.
Siril - astronomical images processing tool
we are using libraw in our software: http://free-astro.org/index.php/Siril as RAW images are often used in astrophotography.
Thanks for this library.
I'm planning to use Libraw in
I'm planning to use Libraw in Photo Mate R3 (Android editing software), and switchting from dcraw for better mainability and better camera support.
Rawshack - Raw file analyzer
I originally wrote Rawshack in 2011 but have recently been updating it with new features. It's GPL v3 and runs on Windows, OSX, and Linux. Here's the home page:
iToolBox (tentative name at this time)
Under development for OSX 10.11 and later (may be ported to Windows — it's built with Qt, and I'm trying hard to keep it portable by not using anything specific to OSX), available as a free beta (not sure what the eventual release terms will be, but certainly not onerous):
iToolBox is a general-purpose image editor with a non-modal, fast area selection model, a high degree of orthogonality facing the user (learn how to do one thing, you've learned how to do many things), and a powerful layered image system including geometric warp layers.
I expect iToolBox to be mostly feature complete (as far as the current roadmap goes) by the end of June, 2018. New betas are posted most days. I welcome bugs, comments, feature suggestions, etc.
I am using libraw; so far, I've had great success with .CR2 files from my Canon 6D MkI DSLR.
libraw used by Fotoxx
Fotoxx is a photo editor and collection manager for Linux.
Usage: Load RAW files using libraw, edit using Fotoxx (with full bit depth), save as jpeg/png/tiff (8/16 bit color).
Fotoxx home: https://kornelix.net
Picture Window Pro 8
Picture Window Pro 8 - a free advanced image editor for Windows - now uses LibRaw to open raw files.
ASTAP, the Astrometric STAcking Program uses Libraw
ASTAP a free application for processing astronomical images uses unprocessed_raw.
Thanks for providing LibRaw.
Tonfotos uses Libraw starting from version 0.9.17
Thanks guys for this great library!
I have added it to my Photo Management application Tonfotos: https://tonfotos.com
By the way, is there any progress with this "Used by" initiative? I think that is a great tool to promote LibRaw.
Just in case, Tonfotos logo can be found here: https://tonfotos.com/img/logo/icon-ui.webp