Command Line

Hello,

Our project currently uses dcraw. We are having several issues and recently came across LibRaw.

Could you explain how we could transition to LibRaw while using the command line?

This will be running on an ARM distro of linux.

The app is actually running on a Raspberry PI within a dockerized node app. We are looking to grab the thumbnail, and then process the raw image with an applied color profile.

Any guidance in how to set this up would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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LibRaw's dcraw_emu intended

LibRaw's dcraw_emu intended to be used instead of dcraw in most (but not all) cases. If you need some specific command-line tool, start with simple_dcraw sample and modify it at your taste.

-- Alex Tutubalin

Thank you Alex.

Thank you Alex.

Could you possibly explain the steps required to compile those samples? Preferably using xcode?

Also building a command line tool from the modified sample file, how could I do this on a linux system?

I have no experience with working with c++.

I essentially need to extract out the thumbnail from a raw but be able to specify the output directory of the file.

Since I am watching the dir, when any new files are added I process them, but do not want to add the thumbnail to the same directory for several reasons. dcraw does not seem to have a flag to specify an output directory when extracting the thumbnail.

It also is creating strange images when we apply the color profile.

I would love to be able to dig into libraw and start creating dedicated command line tools for our processing, if you could direct me in the right direction to things I would need to learn and tools I would use.

Also, since this is going to run on raspberry pi, would you be able to recommend a build process that would work for a device like that?

I know this may be a lot to ask. Sorry for the newbie questions. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you!