I have a CMOS sensor mounted on a board that can capture photos in RAW and JPEG formats. The JPEG images are fine and work as expected the issue is when I try to work with the RAW images.
I am looking for help opening these files, such as different software I may have missed, conversion techniques to different formats, or anything really.
The code behind the camera was written just give a basic RAW file so I am surprised that so many programs have rejected it. Right now I am reading through the code to see exactly what it is doing with the RAW images but I haven't found anything unusual yet.
I have tired opening the images in GIMP, Darktable, RawTherapee, and all of the native software that comes with Linux, Windows and Mac. Between all these platforms I get similar errors of...
Failed to read white balance information Unknown or unsupported file format No colour profile
Also I think that I say something pop up for a second saying no exif data.
I can confirm that all of the software I am using works because I downloaded a RAW image and that opened just fine in every program.
Also I have already looked through these slightly similar questions here and here And followed though on the advice there, sort of rewriting huge amounts of code and new programs what can I do with non-standard RAW images?
I have added the .raw image as well as a jpeg of the same subject to a google drive folder, linked here