Standard Plugins

Edit UFRaw ID file

Creates a UFRaw ID file for each of the selected files.

This item is displayed in the Edit menu.

UFRaw Batch

Searches for new RAW files or for modified UFRaw ID files and processes them with ufraw-batch .

This item is displayed in the Edit menu.

UFRaw Batch recursive

As above, with a recursive search.

This item is displayed in the Edit menu.

Apply the orientation to image content

This command affects only jpeg, tiff and png files. The image file on disk is rotated to the orientation as specified by its Exif Orientation tag.

External commands exiftran, exiv2 and mogrify, are used to implement this command.

This item is displayed in the Edit/Orientation menu.

Camera import

Imports images from an attached camera to the current folder. If a file with the same name already exists it will not be overwritten, and the new image will not be downloaded.

File names on digital cameras are not necessarily unique. In some cases the same file name can exist in more than one sub-folder on the camera. As existing images will not be overwritten, subsequent files of the same name will not be downloaded. In this case a dialog will be shown to warn you of this.

You may use the gphoto2 option --filename option to ensure that all filenames are unique when downloading. Refer to the gphoto2 documentation.

This item is displayed in the Plugins menu.

Export jpeg

Extracts an embedded jpeg from a raw image to a file in the /tmp folder. If you wish to to keep this image, it must be copied or moved.

If jpgicc is installed, the image will be colour-corrected for the currently selected rendering intent.

This item is displayed in the Plugins menu.

Image crop

If rectangle coordinates have been set by Edit/Draw Rectangle , a cropped image will be stored in the /tmp folder. If you wish to to keep this image, it must be copied or moved.

This item is displayed in the Plugins menu.

Random image

Selects and displays a random image from a list of all images in Collections and the currently displayed folder.

This item is displayed in the Plugins menu.

Tethered photography

If a camera is connected to the computer via USB, photos taken are immediately downloaded to the current folder and displayed on the computer.

If a file already exists with the same name, it is not overwritten but the download will not take place.

Auto-rename can be achieved with the --filename option of gphoto2.

In file $HOME/.config/gphoto2/settings , set the option: gphoto2=filename=<see the gphoto2 manual>

This item is displayed in the Plugins menu.