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Howto Convert RAW Imanges to JPG/JPEG on Linux


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1. Install ufraw . On a ubuntu machine run the following command in a treminal,

sudo  apt-get install ufraw

2. cd to the directory which has raw images to be converted

3. Run the following command which will recursively traverse the directories underneath, find a RAW image with extension .CR2 and convert it into a .jpg image.

find . -type f -name *.CR2 -exec ufraw-batch –out-type=jpeg  ‘{}’ \;

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  1. Caspar
    May 26, 2010 at 1:47 pm

    I normally use ufraw (0.16) without the find command:
    ufraw-batch –out-type=jpeg –compression=100 –overwrite *.CR2
    which would convert all cr2-files into jpegs with no compression and overwrite existing files without prompting.

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