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I want to convert DNG to TIFF using API

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Nov 01, 2021 Nov 01, 2021

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I'm developing a mobile app where I required to convert dng to tiff using Adobe RGB color space.

Steps we follow on desktop Adobe photoshop

1. In Photoshop, open DNG image.

2. Then we click on Save Image option.

3. Then we chose destination and file extension as TIF

4. Then we chose 'Adobe RGB' color space,8/16 Bit channel.

How I wanted it to work in my app?

1. In my app, camera will take raw image.

2. Upload DNG image to Adobe Cloud using API.

3. Adobe Cloud will Convert DNG to TIF as per required setting.

4. Downloaded back to mobile app using API.

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Nov 01, 2021 Nov 01, 2021

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I'm guessing that Core Image handles this on iOS, not sure. There should be be SOMETHING out there where you can do this on-device. Uploading and downloading DNG and TIFF images is going to be ugly on mobile.

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Nov 02, 2021 Nov 02, 2021

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Are you thinking iOS or Android? 

How will the DNG be created on a mobile? The camera normally takes jpegs I believe?

[Edit - OK got that - your app is a RAW camera that makes DNG files, right? - but why do you want TIF on a mobile?]

What application will be used to view there TIF?

Might I please ask why?

As Lumigraphics mentioned it's going to be ugly (network intensive?) uploading and downloading large files.

 

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