In your "dcraw by example", you mention the mysterious PAM (Portable Any Map) format. You only get this with dcraw v8.00 or higher, and only with four-color raw images.
No monitor can display a four-color image, and maybe 1% of women (no men) can perceive four primary colors. Here's a simple script to split a PAM file into four PGM files:
for file in *.pam
for c in 0 1 2 3
pamchannel -infile $file -tupletype GRAYSCALE $c | pamtopnm > $file.$c.pgm
The raw colors are green, magenta, cyan, and yellow, in that order.
Thu, 9 Mar 2006 10:29:38 -0800
Thank you for the manual -- it's a great idea.
In your color balance example photographs, there is no way to tell what the colors of the original objects were.. It would suggest including some comment on what the colors were or maybe a jpeg of the objects taken using flash or some other standard lighting.
Thanksa again for your site.
Sat, 13 Jan 2007 16:44:23 -0800
You say [in the article]..."If you know how to display this file, please let me know." for the -o 0 option.
I believe a .pam file is a portable-anymap (also known as pnm for portable netmap, see netpbm.sf.net for info).
Mon, 26 Mar 2007 09:43:24 -0800
It's misleading to illustrate the different output color spaces with images like your sRGB and Adobe RGB examples. A given image should look the same in any color space (apart from gamut clipping) as long as it is displayed by a color-management aware application. The application will map each image to the color space of the monitor. The color differences shown by your examples result from the fact that no browsers do color management (as far as I know).
Thu, 20 Sep 2007 05:38:10 +0000
Thank you. Stumbling on this just saved me about a 1,000 hours.
Sun, 04 May 2008 14:35:59 +0000
I´m trying to use dcrawMS(version for Vista)my problem is that every time I try to execute the commands PC reports that my file doesn't exist.I think it might be a problem of writing the file I do DSC0110.ARW. Any clue, any help?
Thu, 22 May 2008 00:40:06 +0000
Need more information. Like the exact command and arguments you used, the directory content listing, and the error message.
Thu, 22 May 2008 17:13:39 +0000
Thank you for the examples.
this Option gives a *.ppm output for v8.94 / dcrawMS.exe
D:\rl\...\dcrawMS -o 0 -v D:\rl\...\t1.CRW
Loading Canon PowerShot SX110 IS image from D:\...\t1.CRW
Scaling with darkness 128, saturation 4095, and
multipliers 1.648469 1.000000 2.160397 1.000000
Writing data to D:\rl\...\t1.ppm ...
Sun, 07 Feb 2010 17:51:33 +0000
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