I use a GXR camera from Ricoh and RT on Linux/Ubuntu. On the DCRaw page it says that my camera is supported. I figured that RT would dematrice my pix since it calls DCRAW upon for the job (so the same page says).
Is this a bug ?
(IT’s DNG. It should work in any software that supports DNG, with no special per-camera-support needed.)
I just did. I do not know how long it will take to show in the repo for you to see.
Thanks for your help
Le jeu. 13 sept. 2018 à 18:04, Morgan Hardwood email@example.com a écrit :
@pierpiotr your RICOH GXR works fine in the RawTherapee 5.4:
That said, the embedded JPEG preview image stored in your DNG is borked:
I recommend you format your memory card, check it thoroughly for defects (bad sectors, etc), then take and upload a new raw photo so that we can verify whether it’s a single corrupt occurence or whether it’s the camera doing funky stuff. Upload this new photo either directly as an attachment in this forum, or use https://filebin.net/ and paste the resulting link here.
Here is what I see in RT 5.4 (KUbuntu17.10).
Your borked image is what I get in RT.
Did you de-matrice the picture above ?
And I’ll do what you suggest later this WE (I need to backup the SD card).
Please upload proper (less corrupted?) sample afterwards!
You don’t have a borked image, you have a borked auto-matched tone curve (Exposure > Tone curve 1), because the curve was generated based on the borked embedded JPEG preview.