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1) Yes, COLOR(r,c) gives you

1) Yes, COLOR(r,c) gives you the color of (bayer) pixels. All other components in this location are zeroes.

2) The raw2image() call prepares imgdata->image[][4] structure with 4-components for each pixels (only one is non-zero). Please note, that two different greens are handled as different colors, because some cameras (e.g. Olympus E-520) have different color filters on two green channels.

Please note, that imgdata->image[] does not contains "masked pixels" (black frame without image around image data), so sizes of image[][4] is imgdata.sizes.iheight and imgdata.sizes.iwidth

-- Alex Tutubalin @LibRaw LLC