Raw Converter

Raw Converter


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Nov 21, 2006
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I'll go for the adobe camera raw
Hi hi,
I never you ACR before but does it have much more advanced compared to Canon Digitial Professional? It is because CDP is free but ACR i don't know whether you must buy or not.
 

photobum

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Capture One Pro - the absolute choice for all professionals.:thumbsup:
 

theRBK

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Capture One Pro has good workflow (work on files while processing others simultaneously), good output, intuitive controls (for me anyway), and next version threatens to be even faster...:)

but of course quite ex...
 

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From your experience,which is your favourite raw converter?
You forgot : dcraw (who is maybe the most important raw converter as most of the raw converters of the market are derivative work of dcraw).

You forgot : UFRaw (important as it's completly free, open-sources and run as a plugin of Gimp or as a standalone software).

In fact, you forgot many very important raw converter running on MacOS or Linux.
 

SimonKing

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You forgot : dcraw (who is maybe the most important raw converter as most of the raw converters of the market are derivative work of dcraw).

You forgot : UFRaw (important as it's completly free, open-sources and run as a plugin of Gimp or as a standalone software).

In fact, you forgot many very important raw converter running on MacOS or Linux.
Didn't know there are so many types...you may feel free to recommend.
 

kanecher

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Is there any converter that can converter multiple files at one go?
 

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