gunther_wegner's profile

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5.1K Points

Mon, Dec 22, 2014 4:54 PM

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DNG Converter: Enable JPG conversion

Lightroom is capable to convert JPGs into DNG. The DNG Converter unfortunately currently is not. Please add JPG support to the Adobe DNG Converter. Thank you very much for considering!

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1.1K Messages

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18.2K Points

4 y ago

DNG is an open format. Why not pay a developer or start an Open Source project to create this tool?

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190 Points

4 y ago

Here we go again. The person requesting this for a large group of photographers is a developer who has created the gold standard software for timelapse production. Where is Adobe?

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62 Points

4 y ago

Got my vote!

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62 Points

3 y ago

please add TIFF to DNG too. Lightroom can do it, but not DNG Converter.

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60 Points

3 y ago

I would add that it would be even cooler if DNG Converter could convert Tiff files into DNG.

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190 Points

3 y ago

Anyone have any idea how to unsubscribe from this thread? The stupidity is killing me and its obvious that adobe is not listening.

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60 Points

3 y ago

amazing!

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60 Points

3 y ago

yes needs to be done

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60 Points

3 y ago

Needs to be done! Support Gunther's amazing software! he's took days off our work loads!

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100 Points

2 y ago

Get'r done please!

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60 Points

2 y ago

Yes please

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18.2K Points

2 y ago

DNG is an open standard, a variant of TIFF which is also open. I don't understand why the people wanting this can't hire a developer or pay someone like the ImageMagik developers to add this capability.

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60 Points

2 y ago

+1

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60 Points

1 y ago

Joining the call for this to be implemented. Thanks.

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4.3K Points

1 y ago

You cannot make a "silk purse from a sow's ear" as the saying goes.
TBMK Placing (converting) a JPG file in the DNG 'wrapper' does nothing to make it more accessible or more useful to image editors. It is still a JPG RGB file!
(Except for Lr-Mobile users that can 'extract' develop adjustments and create Dev Presets from a DNG.)