Release Notes: This release has many new features including full color management, cropping, rotating, scrolling, noise reduction based on wavelet denosing, two new interpolation methods (PPG and EAHD), a cinepaint plug-in, 21 new cameras, and much more.
Release Notes: The highlight of this release is the new handling of image highlights, which takes care of both highlight restoration and highlight clipping. Canon DSLR users finally have correct exposure by default, like all other cameras.
Release Notes: The most interesting change in this release is that luminosity curve and saturation are applied in LCH(ab) color space. Another new feature is the ability to generate thumbnails from the preview image embedded in many raw formats. All users will benefit from a much quicker generation of thumbnails in the GIMP plug-in. GNOME users can also enjoy full thumbnail support on the desktop. UFRaw now also has the infrastructure for translations, and it has been translated into Russian and French.
Release Notes: Sony's *.arw file type is now recognized. Exiv2 warnings are redirected from the terminal to the log. Building for some build environments (involving libjpeg errors) was fixed. Minolta's Alpha and Maxxum models are treated as the Dynax model for WB presets. If none of these bugs affect you, there is no need to upgrade.
Release Notes: The major highlight of this release is EXIF support. This has little to do with changes in UFRaw. It is mostly thanks to exiv2, which added support for many raw formats. The supported formats are Canon (CRW, CR2), Nikon (NEF), Pentax (PEF), Samsung (PEF), Sony (SR2, ARW), Fuji (RAF), and Adobe's DNG. The official Windows binary is now built with EXIF support. Newly supported cameras include the Minolta DiMAGE G530, Olympus SP350, Samsung GX-1S, and Sony DSLR-A100.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in the Gimp plug-in which occurred when trying to use half-interpolation and a possible crash in auto-exposure when extreme values are calculated.
Release Notes: This version includes initial zoom support. The zoom is limited to 50% and there is no scrolling yet. Auto balance, auto exposure, auto black, and auto curve were updated. The auto exposure should be more accurate, and the rest should simply work faster. New cameras supported in this version are Canon D30, Leaf Aptus 22/65/75, Leaf Valeo 6/17, Leica D-Lux 2, and Olympus E-330.
Release Notes: The biggest changes are improved calculation of color temperature and per-camera white balance presets. New cameras supported (thanks to dcraw 8.05) include: Canon EOS-1D Mark II N, Fuji FinePix E900, Nikon D200, Olympus C3030Z, Olympus C7070WZ, Olympus SP500UZ, Phase One P 30, and Phase One P 45.
Release Notes: This release is based on DCRaw 7.84, adding support for several new camera models including the Canon EOS 5D, Olympus E-500, Panasonic DMC-LX1, and the Sony CyberShot DSC-R1. Other feature enhancements include enabling AHD (Adaptive Homogeneity-Directed) interpolation, added base curve, which simulates Nikon tone curve behavior, automatic application of the embedded custom curve (only if the camera was set up to use this curve), support for the D1X rectangular pixels, and a fix for EXIF support with libtiff 3.7.4. A few minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release is based on DCRaw 7.65. It has read support for Nikon Tone Curve (NTC/NCV) files. It adds a curve editor and control on the base curve (see the user guide for more information). It supports the new DCRaw color matrices for better color rendering. Preliminary EXIF support. New UFRaw ID files contain all the conversion parameters and allow for batch conversion. Numerous other changes.