I'm using Exiftool to process/analyze some raw images. My images are in the Canon CR2 raw image format.
Here's an example raw image to work with: IMG_5524.CR2(http://dl.dropbox.com/u/35993/Raw_Images_10-15-12/IMG_5524.CR2
). This is what the image looks like as a small JPEG:
I'm trying to use the -htmldump flag to output all of the raw image data to an HTML file. exiftool -htmldump IMG_5524.CR2 > IMG_5524.html
It looks like Exiftool is only outputing a very small chunk of the raw data to HTML. In the output HTML (IMG_5524.html), there are several lines like this: [snip 1046954 lines]
. For example:
I tried using the -all:all
flag, but I still got only a small subset of the data printed to HTML. How can I get Exiftool to dump the ENTIRE raw data to HTML?
A few other notes:
- Raw text is fine too; HTML isn't the only acceptable format. I just want real text as opposed to binary data.
- Motivation: From a big-picture perspective, I want to test some alternative methods for demosaicing and denoising raw images. Exiftool seems like an easy method for converting raw images from binary format to usable pixel values.