In chapter 3 of the Hacking Digital Cameras book, I presented a simple UNIX shell script that would recurse into all sub-directories and process all of the raw files. The shell script took advantage of the free dcraw converter. I have attached the shell script below so you don't have to type it in yourself.
Feel free to improve upon this script or customize it for your own needs.
One improvement that could be done to this script is to allow the use of spaces in directory names. Right now, the script could only recurse into subdirectories that do not contain spaces.
Attached File: ProcessRaw.sh
Tue, 31 Jan 2006 17:10:04 -0800
I quickly implemented a few things on top of ProcessRaw.sh :)
-Checks if there are crw files in the directory
-Doesn't reprocess already processed files (saves a lot of time on slow machines)
-Shows progress (which file in which dir)
-Performs basic error checking
-Recurses directories even if they have spaces
Things I might implement later:
-add a '-v' option for the progress report
-add a '-f' option to force processing of already processed files
-add a '-d' option to save the PPM in another directory (usefull if working from a read-only media containing the crw files)
Attached File: 1 - ProcessRaw.sh
Thu, 16 Feb 2006 12:52:32 -0800
I was quite excited to read about your improvements. But when I clicked on your attachment, it is the original version. I'm thinking you probably uploaded the old version on accident. Do you mind checking your upload? Thanks.
Thu, 16 Feb 2006 13:07:00 -0800
Ooops, sorry about that... I had attached the wrong one :(
Attached File: 2 - ProcessRaw.sh
Mon, 20 Feb 2006 10:44:20 -0800
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