[Shotwell] Importing two pics (Raw+Jpeg) creates a third one (_shotwell.jpg)
eric at yorba.org
Mon Apr 16 11:47:49 PDT 2012
Actually this is a different issue. The _shotwell.jpg files correspond with
the version of the RAW photo as developed by Shotwell.
In the prefs if you set the default RAW developer to "Camera" it won't
create these files in the future and will simply display the JPEG from the
For some reason we didn't make this the default, but we plan to change
On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 9:34 AM, Laura Khalil <laura at yorba.org> wrote:
> Hi Oliver,
> I believe what you're seeing is a known bug:
> Currently, a fix is slated for Shotwell 0.13. If you'd like, you can
> follow the ticket listed above to see it's progress.
> On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 5:42 AM, oliver <oliver at first.in-berlin.de> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Example:
> > I import:
> > IMG_9466.CR2 and IMG_9466.JPG
> > And in shotwell's picture-lib I find:
> > IMG_9466.CR2
> > IMG_9466_CR2_shotwell.jpg
> > IMG_9466.JPG
> > This is in shotwell 0.11.6.
> > The shotwell-jpg file is smaller and of course looks
> > different than the original from the camera.
> > Nevertheless it is smaller, this eats up additional disk space.
> > Can shotwell somehow be told to see the imported jpeg
> > as corresponding to the RAW-file with same name (ignoring the extension)
> > and use this instead?
> > Ciao,
> > Oliver
> > P.S.: I also tried to use ufraw as raw-file-editor.
> > This integrates well from a usage standpoint:
> > enter ufraw as editor in the settings,
> > and it is available via picture-menue
> > (RMB-click).
> > But so far I did not decided to only use RAW files.
> > So at least at the moment I prefer to have jpg+raw
> > until I'm used enough to only use raw and create my
> > jpeg (or other formats) from that...
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