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It takes some time for developers to support raw files from new cameras, even though they may share the same file extension as raw files from previous cameras. Many Linux raw processing programs use libraw. Here is the list of officially supported cameras. A number of cameras on the list do use the cr3 extension, including the Canon EOS M200. Unless you ...


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Finally, with lots of help on the Internet, including the suggestion by @StarGeek, I got it to work. The required tools are: ExifTool ImageMagick You also need a photo taken with the camera, here: R0000349.JPG For testing, if you don't have an existing image, create one (can be any aspect ratio): convert -size 2000x1000 radial-gradient:red-blue TEST.JPG ...


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The order the modules appear in the history stack depends on the editing steps you make in the UI. The history is a versioning of your edits, a simple revision system. This cannot be compared and isn't equal to the pixelpipe order. It serves a completely different use. The history stack can be compared to the Document history of GIMP, or Ctrl+Z/Y for undo/...


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The pixel pipeline is the order in which Darktable applies transforms to the data when **rendering.**The order matters because some transforms operate exclusively on a single pixel based exclusively on the current value of that pixel and other transforms change a pixel’s value based upon the values of other pixels and these changes may involve multiple ...


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