Canon Powershot G9 Review
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RAW Image Task
After you've chosen a RAW image and selected the Process RAW Images option in ZoomBrowser EX, this
window appears before RAW Image Task is opened.
Here you can see RAW Image Task. This is a very useful editor that will allow you to convert your RAW
files to a JPEG or TIFF file format. There are a wealth of adjustment options along the right hand side,
like Digital Exposure Compensation, 8 White Balance presets or K (Custom Color Temperature), Tone Curve
(shown below), My Colors as well as slide scales to adjust Contrast, Sharpness, Saturation, Red, Green,
Blue, Skin Tone, and Adaptive Noise Control.
When you click on the Tone Curve option, this graphical interface is displayed. You can change the tonal
curve by first selecting the desired settings (RGB, Rch, Gch, Bch), then clicking on the line inside the
histogram and dragging it, or Load a custom setup, Save the current settings as well as reset to the
initial Shot Settings.
After you are done adjusting the RAW image and you press save, this screen pops up.
Next you choose to save the new image as a JPEG, TIFF(8bit/ch) or TIFF(16bit/ch) file.
Lastly, you choose the compression rate. Keep in mind that less compression = a larger file size.
Once you click save for the last time, the image is decoded first.
Then, finally saved.
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