FastrawViewer Monochrome2DNG 0.8 Released For Monochrome Converted Cameras

FastrawViewer released Monochrome2DNG 0.8 for processing RAW files from monochrome converted cameras like the ones made by maxmax that offers conversion services. This software creates a true monochrome RAW file from the color raw file.

  • It takes input files from cameras that have been converted to monochrome.
  • It then saves it as “truly” monochrome DNG files, suitable for using with popular converters that support the DNG format (that is to say, almost all of them).
  • With this:
  • One can turn on automatic “monochrome” recognition and convert only the files from converted cameras (so one can process a large archive that has both color and monochrome files in it quickly, in one pass).
  • Automatic mosaic pattern suppression is supported (output files will not have 1-pixel grid patterns)
  • Several formats for output DNG are supported, which allows one to use their RAW converter optimally.
  • Filter input files by Vendor/Model/Camera serial to process large archives faster.

The software isn’t targeted at a specific camera type and so any camera supported by libraw should work fine.

You can download Monochrome2DNG 0.8 here.

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