By Cypress Innovations
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piRAWnha is the only full-featured raw image developer for iPad!
piRAWnha will help you get the most out of your raw images when you’re on the go or at home, no desktop or laptop needed. Simply import your raw images onto your iPad, edit them with piRAWnha, and share with the world!
piRAWnha features both raw developing and post-processing options, including:
-White balance correction (automatic, manual, camera-specific)
-Highlight recovery, Gamma correction
-High-quality contrast adjustment
-Sharpening and Image Blurring
-Updated image histogram (red-green-blue) while editing
-Display of EXIF information (shutter speed, aperture value, ISO, ...)
-Ratings/Keywords with XMP file support
-Full size export and full-screen full resolution display for iPad 2
-Custom output file format (jpg, tiff, ...)
-Cropping and Rotation
-Current Zoom display
-Ability to open RAW files from other apps such as Mail, Dropbox, Shuttersnitch
Once you’ve found the settings you want, piRAWnha will export a high-quality JPEG image file to your Photo Library (leaving the original raw file unaltered, of course). piRAWnha exports the full-size, high-resolution raw image. piRAWnha can be used to edit non-raw image files such as jpegs, tiffs and pngs, and you can save and apply presets for quicker processing.
Raw images can be exported to your iPad’s Photo Library individually or as a batch. piRAWnha can also run in the background, so while it works to export your images, you can do other things on your iPad; to complete the export process, you’ll need to reopen piRAWnha, and the JPEG files will be saved in your Photo Library.
piRAWnha supports raw images transferred to the iPad with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit, with iTunes or other transfer programs and works with all raw files supported by Apple (a complete list of cameras is here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3825). Because of the considerable memory requirements for raw development,
piRAWnha works best when no other iPad apps are running in the
For more information or support, please visit http://www.piRAWnha.com.
piRAWnha, the only full-featured raw image developer for iPad, is a true companion for the serious photographer. Develop, adjust and perfect your raw images with piRAWnha, all for the price of a lens cap.
What's New in Version 8.2.1
Updated for iOS 8.2
Added support for 64-bit machines
Improved performance for iPad 2, iPad 3rd Generation, iPad 4th Generation, and iPad Mini
Improved support for raw images from Kodak C330, Kodak C603, Samsung 3, Canon , Powershot G7X, Canon Powershot SX60, Nikon D750, Nikon D810, Olympus E-PL7, Pentax K-S1, Panasonic DMC-CM1, Panasonic DMC-LX100, Leica D-LUX, Panasonic DMC-FZ1000, Leica V-LUX, Panasonic DMC-GM5, Samsung NX3000, Samsung NX30, Samsung NX11, NX10, NX5, NX1, Sony DSC-RX100M3, Sony ILCE-7M2, Sony ILCE 5100, 6000, QX1
Tedious is the first word that comes to mind. The app is a too ambitious in its claims. My goal in downloading this app was to edit 3 pictures from RAW files, turn them into JPEGs, and upload them to Facebook. I have spent all day trying to find the right photos and make edits to others, and still do not have a single final product to show for it. For some reason, only a random portion of my most recent Dropbox album shows up, and I was unable to access the photos I wanted. Secondly, the app crashed more often than not while I was making edits, which resulted in starting from scratch again. Lastly, when I finally did finish edits to a photo, and saved it to iPhoto, the crop saved incorrectly, so I did not get the portion of the picture that I actually wanted. Before you think I am incompetent, I regularly use photoshop on my desktop and followed all piRAWnha's instructions for clearing up memory space for the app to run smoothly. The interface feels clumsy and sluggish. But after several crashes, I was able to turn a RAW photo into a JPEG and save it on my iPad so I can edit it with other software. Save your money.
Good, Needs a Few Tweaks
The Good: It opens RAW files as promised. EXIF information is extensive and easy to access. Photos open directly, instead of requiring "importing." Curves, Levels, etc are available and work. Fairly intuitive layout.
The Tweaks: A wider range of presets would make this app more useful for the semi-casual photographer. Curves needs more undo's (right now it just resets to the beginning). More options for mono/black&white photo adjustments would be useful.
Overall, if you shoot in RAW and want to have the option to process those files on an iPad, this is a great app to have. With a little more work, I think this could be an essential 5-star app to own.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Apr 15, 2015
- Version: 8.2.1
- Size: 33.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Daniel Feldman
- © 2015 Cypress Innovations
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.