FastRawViewer v1.00 released

Adobe Photoshop, Canon DPP, Fuji software, various image post processing software, applications, tutorials, links to tutorials and experiences from our members.

Moderator: Stany Buyle

FastRawViewer v1.00 released

Postby Stany Buyle » Thu 27 Nov 2014 16:39

Iliah Borg from Libraw.com, -digital photography expert and very respected member on this forum- just released their FastRawViewer.

I downloaded the software through their website and I will try it in the weekend.

Image

Kindest regards,
Stany


:idea: Support www nikonuser.info and forum with a donation...
User avatar
Stany Buyle
moderator
 
Posts: 2423
Joined: Sun 30 Nov 2008 15:05

First question for Iliah on your software...

Postby Stany Buyle » Thu 27 Nov 2014 17:08

Dear Iliah,

I installed your software and had a quick look.

Is it possible already in your software to keep open a browser window while processing a file as you see a screenshot from ViewNX2.0?

Image

There will come more questions this week... ;)

Kindest regards,

Stany
User avatar
Stany Buyle
moderator
 
Posts: 2423
Joined: Sun 30 Nov 2008 15:05

Re: FastRawViewer v1.00 released

Postby Iliah Borg » Thu 27 Nov 2014 17:23

Dear Stany,

There is no way to show thumbnails prepared from RAW data fast (esp. on slow media, such as flash card or camera connected via USB). So the only way to show thumbnails is to show embedded JPEG previews.

There are a *lot* of programs that do that, starting from built-in Windows Explorer (on Windows) and Finder (on OS X). Most of these programs allow to invoke FastRawViewer to see the image. To prevent multiple FRV windows popping up you may use 'Single instance' FastRawViewer option (on Mac this is the default behaviour).

So, we focused on things we do better than any other viewer: fast RAW display (with WB, exposure and contrast tweaks) and quick technical analysis (Over/Under exposure zones and statistics, contrast edges and fine details display).

We propose FastRawViewer to be used as the 'first program in image processing workflow': as means for quick sorting of 'input stream' (the 100s or 1000s images shot during an assignment, a trip, or a vacation) avoiding the slow-downs for import, preview generating, etc, even on a very slow (travel) laptop. Usually, only 1-10% of images are 'keepers', so only these keepers will be imported into Lightroom/Bridge/Capture One/whatever.
Iliah Borg
AFFILIATED MEMBER
 
Posts: 20
Joined: Tue 16 Feb 2010 17:53

FastRawViewer 1.0.1

Postby Stany Buyle » Sun 7 Dec 2014 08:50

Click on the underneath screenshot to go to the download page

Image
kindest regards,

Stany
I like better one good shot in a day than 10 bad ones in a second...
http://www.nikonuser.info
User avatar
Stany Buyle
moderator
 
Posts: 2423
Joined: Sun 30 Nov 2008 15:05

FastRawViewer v1.10 released

Postby Stany Buyle » Sun 26 Jul 2015 14:23

Image
kindest regards,

Stany
I like better one good shot in a day than 10 bad ones in a second...
http://www.nikonuser.info
User avatar
Stany Buyle
moderator
 
Posts: 2423
Joined: Sun 30 Nov 2008 15:05


Return to Image Post Processing

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest