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pfsindcraw(1)		    General Commands Manual		 pfsindcraw(1)

NAME
       pfsindcraw  -  Read  an	image in a camera RAW file format supported by
       DCRAW and write pfs stream to the standard output

SYNOPSIS
       pfsindcraw [--native] <file> [<file>...]

DESCRIPTION
       This command can	be used	to read	images in a  camera  RAW  file	format
       supported  by  DCRAW  and write pfs stream to the standard output as if
       read from 16bit ppm file	(no gamma correction, white balance from  cam-
       era if available). In principle such data should	conform	to the defini-
       tion of High Dynamic Range contents used	in the pfstools	package.

       A raw image may in some cases require clamping to remove	 zero  values,
       see examples.

OPTIONS
       --native, -n
	      Read  images in native camera color space	(instead of sRGB).  To
	      be used with pfscolortransform. Must  be	specified  before  any
	      file name.

EXAMPLES
       pfsindcraw img_0070.cr2 | pfsview
	      View a full dynamic range	of a raw image from Canon 350D camera.

       pfsindcraw  img_0070.cr2	 |  pfsclamp  --rgb  | pfstmo_drago03 |	pfsout
       img.jpg
	      Tone map a raw image and save it as JPEG.	Clamping  is  used  to
	      remove  zero  values, which otherwise result in NaN values after
	      tone mapping.

       pfsindcraw   --native   img_0070.cr2   |	  pfscolortransform   --rgbxyz
       canon500d.txt | pfsout img.exr
	      Load a RAW image in its native camera color space, calibrate us-
	      ing matrix stored	in canon500d.txt file (not supplied) and  save
	      as an EXR	image.

SEE ALSO
       pfsout(1) pfsinppm(1) pfscolortransform(1)

BUGS
       Please  report  bugs  and  comments  to	the  pfstools discussion group
       (http://groups.google.com/group/pfstools).

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