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Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Sep 2008, 21:24    Post_subject:  Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0  

Hi Guys well this program works with Raw image format, I couldn't test it because my camera produces jpg images. I might have a format switch but I wasn't going to start playing around with something that works well, Anyways basically you need the "RAW" images on your hard drive already because this program works with D-Bus and puppy doesn't LOL, So use GtKam to move your images from your camera to a folder on your hard drive, then run Rawimage and select the local folder and start playing around.
You need to install all 4 programs unless you already have the Gnome parts, The total size all 4 programs combined is 4.7MB compressed.
The Gnome files are ones that I compiled and aren't "borrowed"
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P.s The image displayed bellow is from the website

Menu item located @ Menu/Graphic/RawStudio

http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/graphics/rawstudio-1.1/rawstudio-1.1-i386.pet

http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/graphics/rawstudio-1.1/GConf-2.22.0-i386.pet

http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/graphics/rawstudio-1.1/ORBit2-2.14.13-i386.pet

http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/graphics/rawstudio-1.1/dbus-1.2.1-i386.pet



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To get the best quality out of your digital camera, it is often recommended that you record your pictures in RAW format. This format is mostly specific to a camera and cannot be read by most image editing applications.

Rawstudio is an open-source program to read and manipulate RAW images from most digital cameras.

Rawstudio will convert your RAW files into JPEG, PNG or TIF images which you can then print or send to friends and clients.

It has a graphical user interface, so you can simply open a RAW file and experiment with the controls to see how they effect the image. Rawstudio has a very simple architecture which is optimized for ease of use and therefore should be intuitive to most photographers.

The normal workflow would be that you first convert your RAW files and then use an image editing application to further work on your images. Rawstudio itself is a highly specialized application for processing RAW images, not a fully featured image editing application.
Features

* Intuitive GTK+ interface
* Reads all dcraw supported formats
* Internal 16bit rgb
* Color management using Little CMS
* Batch processing
* Various post-shot controls (white balance, saturation and exposure compensation among others)
* Realtime histogram
* Optimized for MMX, 3dnow! and SSE (detected runtime)
* Exposure mask
* Cropping
* Straighten
* Easy sorting of images
* Fullscreen mode for better overview
* XML settings cache
* Basic EXIF-reading
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Sep 2008, 00:51    Post_subject: Re: Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0  

ttuuxxx wrote:
Hi Guys well this program works with Raw image format,
Very nice, thanks.

Had been thinking about this program, as it got very good reviews, especially for its speed..

I already have Ufraw installed, which is a bit more versatile, in that it works both standalone and as a GIMP plugin. And I've also got Irfanview 3.98, which has native support for my Panasonic RAW files, running under Wine.

But neither can hold a candle to this program for immediate results.

There were a couple of surprises during the install:

Two missing dependencies were reported by petget after installing rawstudioxxx.pet. It looks like one of them was supplied by the Gconfxxx.pet. Not sure about the other.

And after each of the other three files was installed, there was a popup reporting that they weren't registered and so couldn't be uninstalled by petget:
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Sep 2008, 00:59    Post_subject: Re: Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0  

otropogo wrote:
ttuuxxx wrote:
Hi Guys well this program works with Raw image format,
Very nice, thanks.

Had been thinking about this program, as it got very good reviews, especially for its speed..

I already have Ufraw installed, which is a bit more versatile, in that it works both standalone and as a GIMP plugin. And I've also got Irfanview 3.98, which has native support for my Panasonic RAW files, running under Wine.

But neither can hold a candle to this program for immediate results.

There were a couple of surprises during the install:

Two missing dependencies were reported by petget after installing rawstudioxxx.pet. It looks like one of them was supplied by the Gconfxxx.pet. Not sure about the other.

And after each of the other three files was installed, there was a popup reporting that they weren't registered and so couldn't be uninstalled by petget:


Hi all the dependencies that you listed I supplied above, maybe I should of put the libs first and the program last, LOL Smile

I made the dependencies install by a way that it doesn't show in your uninstall menu, I usually do that because well, sometimes I could install like 30 different libs and it will just bloat up your remove programs section. Most people just remove the applications and leave the libs for later use on other programs. They are very common libs use by most gnome applications.
Nothing to worry about Smile
ttuuxxx

PS. Hope its useful for you

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Sep 2008, 02:49    Post_subject: Re: Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0  

ttuuxxx wrote:
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Hi all the dependencies that you listed I supplied above, maybe I should of put the libs first and the program last, LOL Smile


I thought of that when I was installing, but didn't follow through. Figured the dependencies listed would be easily identified with the extra files you uploaded.

ttuuxxx wrote:
.I made the dependencies install by a way that it doesn't show in your uninstall menu, ... it will just bloat up your remove programs section. ...
Nothing to worry about Smile


Makes sense, but suppose I wanted to remove them? How would I do it?

It's not an issue on my desktop, since I've got plenty of storage space. But it might be on my laptop. If I can go by my free space applet, once installed, those pets take up 26MB of real estate.

ttuuxxx wrote:
PS. Hope its useful for you


Absolutely! It's a great program. I was just waiting for someone to make a pet of it, but didn't want to seem too needy by asking for it myself...

Photo editing is one area where Puppy can really shine on older hardware. My RAW files average about 16MB, and it's no fun waiting for them to load in Win98. As Beem made me aware a while back, Puppy runs Irfanview under Wine as fast as it runs natively in Win98, and Gimp with the UFRaw plugin loads and edits those 16MB files significantly faster, UFRaw standalone is faster yet, and Raw Studio is the fastest of all.

For the final editing and save, I'll likely go into Gimp with the UFRaw plugin. But for experimenting with the base settings to find out quickly what works, Raw Studio is superb..
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Sep 2008, 05:51    Post_subject: Re: Raw Studio 1.1 "RAW" Image Batch format editor Puppy 4.0  

otropogo wrote:
ttuuxxx wrote:
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Hi all the dependencies that you listed I supplied above, maybe I should of put the libs first and the program last, LOL Smile


I thought of that when I was installing, but didn't follow through. Figured the dependencies listed would be easily identified with the extra files you uploaded.

ttuuxxx wrote:
.I made the dependencies install by a way that it doesn't show in your uninstall menu, ... it will just bloat up your remove programs section. ...
Nothing to worry about Smile


Makes sense, but suppose I wanted to remove them? How would I do it?

It's not an issue on my desktop, since I've got plenty of storage space. But it might be on my laptop. If I can go by my free space applet, once installed, those pets take up 26MB of real estate.

ttuuxxx wrote:
PS. Hope its useful for you


Absolutely! It's a great program. I was just waiting for someone to make a pet of it, but didn't want to seem too needy by asking for it myself...

Photo editing is one area where Puppy can really shine on older hardware. My RAW files average about 16MB, and it's no fun waiting for them to load in Win98. As Beem made me aware a while back, Puppy runs Irfanview under Wine as fast as it runs natively in Win98, and Gimp with the UFRaw plugin loads and edits those 16MB files significantly faster, UFRaw standalone is faster yet, and Raw Studio is the fastest of all.

For the final editing and save, I'll likely go into Gimp with the UFRaw plugin. But for experimenting with the base settings to find out quickly what works, Raw Studio is superb..


Wow I'm glad to hear that Smile Sounds Like I stumbled along and found a gem Wink
If you really wanted to uninstall the libs its easy.
Convert the pet to tgz, Just rename it from pet to tgz
then click on it and extract it.
Look at the installed files and folder and delete them manually
Libs only have a couple of files so its really simple
or
When they are extracted just run the pet script again
dir2pet folderName
and follow the script. Once the packages is remade you can install it and then uninstall the new pet version you made
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PostPosted: Sat 20 Sep 2008, 10:48    Post_subject: pet request for EASYBURN LINUX
Sub_title: sould we give Easyburn for Linux ver. 0.13 a try in Puppy?
 

@ ttuuxxx

Any chance your could work your magic and make a pet out of the following app?


EASYBURN LINUX Version 0.13

http://www.paehl-info.de/cdr/linux.php
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PostPosted: Sat 20 Sep 2008, 22:40    Post_subject:  

Ya sure try this
EasyBurn
http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/Utilities/easyburn.pet

I made a menu item in
menu/multimedia/easyburn
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ps please report back how it works Smile

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PostPosted: Sun 21 Sep 2008, 00:42    Post_subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:
Ya sure try this
EasyBurn
http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/Utilities/easyburn.pet

I made a menu item in
menu/multimedia/easyburn
ttuuxxx
ps please report back how it works Smile


Sorry, no cigar this time

I downloaded and installed it under Muppy LiveCD. It installed ok, no error messages or missing dependencies listed.

The Gui shows lots of options, especially burn speeds of 1 or 2. But when I tried the "Erase CDRW" tab, I got the following error message:

"Warning there are issues with Linux 2.5 and newer

Warning open by dev name not supported

(in Muppy my burner displays as /dev/hdc)

And the Easyburn locked up, and had to be closed by stages. And then it took quite a good while to open again.

I then tried to force an ISO burn to CDRW, but Easyburn locked up immediately, and this time I couldn't close it. Kill option never appears. No sign of burner activity. Tray responds to eject button.

After I ejected and reclosed the tray, Easyburn started up and displayed some information, but closed down before I could copy it.

Then tried with TkDVD 4.0.6 and got exactly the same warning about Kernel versions and devname


Next I rebooted with Puppy 4.0 Kernel 2.6.21

Installed the Easyburn pet. No signs of problems

But first I tried blanking my CDRW with Pburn and Grafburn. Neither would work. Pburn just hung,

I then tried to force Grafburn to write an ISO to the CDRW, but that didn't work either.

Then I tried with Burniso2CD, and got a message about needing to replace ATAPI with OLD ATAPI.

Then I tried to start Easyburn, but couldn't. Turns out that Burniso2CD was still "running" although no window on desktop and no tab in taskbar. It popped up and said it was "finished', but the disk couldn't be mounted.

Don't know if one of these proggies are still running in background, but I can't get an Easyburn window. And typing Easyburn in the console locks up the console.

So, no luck with this one, I'm afraid.

Losing faith in Linux burners....
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PostPosted: Sun 21 Sep 2008, 01:48    Post_subject:  

The problem with that burner is that it cam precompiled for debian, and it needed a couple of gdk files to run, The website offered no source files, So I couldn't compile it on puppy. If I could of found the source files it might of been different, I'll look around for another burner application.
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PostPosted: Sun 21 Sep 2008, 12:06    Post_subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:
The problem with that burner is that it cam precompiled for debian, and it needed a couple of gdk files to run, The website offered no source files, So I couldn't compile it on puppy. If I could of found the source files it might of been different, I'll look around for another burner application.
ttuuxxx


Thanks. I had big hopes for Easyburn because the author is reputed to offer the only Windows freeware with support for DVD-RAM and Direct Letter Write (DLA).

I was hoping the same functionality would exist in his Linux offering, but it looks like he's abandoned Linux development in favour of Windows.

And unfortunately, I haven't been able to get any response from him by e-mail...

Have yet to find any Linux program that supports DVD-RAM in any form, and am having lots of problems with the more common Rewritable formats of DVD+RW and CDRW in every Linux burner app I've tried.

Yesterday I had to use my consumer DVD burner to reformat my DVD+RW disk after Pburn, Grafburn, TkDVD, Burniso2CD, and Easyburn all hung or crashed trying to handle it after Muppy corrupted it somehow.

PS. It seems I was hasty in my assessment of EasyBurn 0.13. The other day (as reported in the Pburnxx thread) Pburn's "complete blank" function made a mess of my CDRW disk, and neither Pburn nor Grafburn could make it useable again. I ran EasyBurn on it, and it fixed it in "Fast Blank" mode. That alone makes it worth keeping around IMO.
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Jun 2011, 07:18    Post_subject:  

Hi, does anyone have these files?

I'd like to try out rawstudio but the links are down...would the pets work in puppy 525?
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Jun 2011, 08:53    Post_subject:  

You might want to try the PortableApp, ( version1.2), here.

Whilst it was giving me errors:

Code:
 ./Rawstudio*
fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first
open dir error: : No such file or directory


After renaming it, then mounting it, the app then decided to work. Let me know how you go as, if you have probs, it would be easy to repackage in pet format.

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PostPosted: Fri 03 Jun 2011, 09:06    Post_subject:  

Ooh, thanks, that works fantastically
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Jun 2011, 18:38    Post_subject:  

muggins wrote:
You might want to try the PortableApp, ( version1.2), here.

Thanks, muggins. It works for me in Lucid as well, and although it's link to GIMP produces an error for me it will still export to a 16-bit tif file I can open in GIMP (if only in 8-bit). Much appreciated.

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PostPosted: Sun 05 Jun 2011, 03:08    Post_subject:  

Yes, for me it only starts gimp, without opening the actual file. To work out why would need looking at the source code, modifying, then recompiling. But, with latest release, v2.0, too many dependencies for me to be bothered:

Code:
configure: error: Package requirements (gtk+-2.0 >= 2.8.0 libxml-2.0 >= 2.4 gconf-2.0 >= 2.0 lcms dbus-1 exiv2 fftw3f lensfun libcurl flickcurl sqlite3 libssl libgphoto2 x11) were not met
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