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Result of unprocessed_raw...

Thanks for your answer.

Obviously my cleaning wasn't good, i ran the unprocessed_raw with a raw image file of 11.2MB and the result was a .tiff file with 18.4MB, so i have check my code. Here is the small routine (without validations) that i did:

int main(int i, char *rawimg[])
// Initialization
  LibRaw RawProcessor;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.document_mode = 2;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.output_bps = 16;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.output_tiff = 1;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.user_flip = 0;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.no_auto_bright = 1;
  RawProcessor.imgdata.params.filtering_mode = (LibRaw_filtering)(LIBRAW_FILTERING_DEFAULT);
// Opening file and unpack
  int tmpimg;
  i = 1;
  tmpimg = RawProcessor.open_file(rawimg[i]);
  tmpimg = RawProcessor.unpack();
// extracting raw image data
  int row, col;
  char rawfn[1024];
// formating and saving image data
  tmpimg = RawProcessor.dcraw_ppm_tiff_writer(rawfn);
// cleaning image processor
  return 0;


If the unprocessed_raw extract only the raw data, without process anything, why the resultant file is bigger that the original?.

According with your suggestion, how can i do the step two (position to libraw_internal_data.unpacker_data.data_offset), and the step three (Read libraw_internal_data.unpacker_data.data_size bytes)?

For the step three, i assume can be done using a "for" structure, but if you can show a basic example code for your suggestion it will be really helpful for me, because i'm not an expert.

Thank you for your time and help.