If I view an image in Shotwell, and choose "Open in RAW Editor", make an edit, then go back to Shotwell, how do I get Shotwell to then show the edited image?
You probably can't. The RAW editors like RawTherapee are non-destructive editors. You don't edit the RAW image; instead, you apply a series of instructions to the RAW image, and the instructions are ...
Finally, with lots of help on the Internet, including the suggestion by @StarGeek, I got it to work. The required tools are:
You also need a photo taken with the camera, here:
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
I am not sure how to check the lensfun version, but you can update the lensfun database using the following command:
Please note that you must have the lensfun-tools package installed in order for the above command to work. lensfun-tools can be installed with this command:
$ sudo dnf install lensfun-tools
I don't own the device in question, but here are some general points to consider:
Wine likely won't work because it doesn't have ability to access low-level hardware, afaik.
To use it with VM, would require USB passthrough, which is usually not very reliable (will be hit or miss). Attempting to update firmware via USB passthrough is a great way to brick ...
According to TAMRON TAP-in Console (Model TAP-01) at the bottom of the page, the software is supported on Windows 7 through 10, and Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.11 (El Capitan). (Note that the latest OS X is 10.15, Catalina, so the last Mac version being 10.11 is suspicious)
It may work under Wine, but I have no direct experience with Wine or this ...
I am going through this same problem. I think if you set it up so that RawTherapee's "queue output folder" is where Shotwell looks for JPG images, it will work. The trick seems to be:
Do not let Shotwell see the RAW files. Make sure they are in a directory away from where Shotwell is looking.
The RAW files should be RawTherapee's input.
Each raw editor uses its own proprietary ways of interpreting the information contained in a raw file. This information must be processed before it can be displayed on our monitors as anything resembling a meaningful image.
It's not much different than a latent negative, which can not be seen until it has been chemically developed.
What does an ...
exiftool is probably the best multi-purpose tool for working with and manipulating image metadata.
You can remove undesired tags from image files using,
exiftool -overwrite_original -P -ImageDescription= <file.jpg>
If modifying or deleting tags in an image file, exiftool normally writes the resulting file to a temporary output file, so as not to ...
There are some products that normalize exposures for timelapses over arbitrary frames or time duration. In other words, it will adjust each exposure so that the overall brightness will vary only over a minimum duration or frame count. (Which, depending on how rapidly lighting varies, might result in no perceptible change at all.)
There are a number of ...
If you have access to a windows computer you can profile the monitor on that. It will create a standard ICC profile as well as calibrate the Eizo internally to that profile. Then just copy the profile you made that matches the internally calibrated monitor to your Linux machine and move the monitor to it as well. Assign the profile as your active monitor's ...