Release Notes: A quick release due to a crash bug in the last release. The good news for this release is that it includes a Win32 installer. With this installer, UFRaw is a stand-alone application and no longer depends on GIMP. The upside is that it should work more reliably, without the DLL issues that many users had. One downside is that the installer is much bigger (9MB) and requires much more disk space (53MB). Another downside is that there is no GIMP plug-in; you only get the stand-alone version of UFRaw.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with many bugfixes and support for all recent cameras (thanks to dcraw 9.17).
Release Notes: There are 39 newly supported cameras in this release.
Release Notes: The major new feature of this release is lens distortion correction based on the lensfun library, which includes support for hundreds of lenses in its database.
Release Notes: The major new feature of this release is a preliminary implementation of 100% zoom in the preview. Other interesting new features include image rotation by arbitrary angle and adjustment of color lightness by hue. 39 new cameras are supported. There are 2 new translations, for a total of 17 languages, of which 12 translations are complete.
Release Notes: The most interesting change in this release is paralelization of the image generation process using OpenMP. This means that UFRaw can make use of your multi-core system.
Release Notes: This is a minor release to fix two small, but annoying bugs. First, the "Send to Gimp" option now works with Gimp-2.6 out of the box. Second, output and display intents were switched when a proofing transformation was used.
Release Notes: 33 new cameras are supported thanks to dcraw, and there are 7 new translations. Some of the controls in the user interface were shuffled, getting rid of the "Save As" pop-up dialog. Hopefully, the new interface will streamline your workflow.
Release Notes: This verision added support for the latest and greatest digital cameras (thanks to dcraw). It is now possible to save images in PNG format with 8- and 16-bit depth, embedding the original EXIF data and attaching an ICC profile. It also provides efficient lossless compression. Other changes include blink over/under exposure in preview, a color smoothing option for all interpolation, delete and 'send to Gimp' buttons in the stand-alone tool, aspect ratio control, and new Spanish, Polish, and Korean translations.
Release Notes: This is a bug correction version. Non-integer shrink factors are now handled. A crash which occurred when the spot selector reached an image boundary was fixed. Some TIFF images are no longer wrongly identified as raw files.