I quit photography quite a while ago, and I think it's time to convert all the RAW image files that I have to JPEG, and eventually delete all the RAW files.
For that I created a script to help me effortlessly do the conversion;
#!/bin/bash IFS=$'\n' for i in `ls`; do cd $i pwd mkdir jpeg ufraw-batch –out-type=jpeg –out-path=jpeg/ –compression=100 –overwrite *.NEF cd ../ done
The script requires you to have ufraw-batch, which is included in the ufraw package. If you're using Ubuntu/Debian and don't already have it installed, run the following command;
sudo apt-get install ufraw