Adobe DNG SDK 1.6 ?

Hi,

I'm currently using Adobe DNG SDK 1.5  which is very useful to me in order to perform Raw to DNG / TIFF or JPEG conversion within a GNU/Unix environement. I'm working with a code close to this one: raw2dng

Thanks to version 1.5, I managed to get a lot of cameras well intepreted by the converter. Unfortunately, recent ones such as Canon EOS Rebel SL2 are not supported. Conversion leads to faulty white balance, resulting in a "green filter" rendering.

DNG Converter is performing well on those recent cameras, so I think the release of DNG SDK v1.6 may be the solution to my problems. It's amazing an open format as DNG has been initated and supported by Adobe. I wish this support may continue in the future!

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Adobe DNG SDK 1.6 ?

Hi,

I'm currently using Adobe DNG SDK 1.5  which is very useful to me in order to perform Raw to DNG / TIFF or JPEG conversion within a GNU/Unix environement. I'm working with a code close to this one: raw2dng

Thanks to version 1.5, I managed to get a lot of cameras well intepreted by the converter. Unfortunately, recent ones such as Canon EOS Rebel SL2 are not supported. Conversion leads to faulty white balance, resulting in a "green filter" rendering.

DNG Converter is performing well on those recent cameras, so I think the release of DNG SDK v1.6 may be the solution to my problems. It's amazing an open format as DNG has been initated and supported by Adobe. I wish this support may continue in the future!

Topics

Bug, Camera support, DNG, Lens support
View all replies

Views

20

Likes

Translate

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Community Guidelines
Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn More

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