rawtherapee-cli -V (return code: 255)
RawTherapee, version 5.2, command line An advanced, cross-platform program for developing raw photos. Website: http://www.rawtherapee.com/ Documentation: http://rawpedia.rawtherapee.com/ Forum: https://discuss.pixls.us/c/software/rawtherapee Code and bug reports: https://github.com/Beep6581/RawTherapee Symbols: <Chevrons> indicate parameters you can change. [Square brackets] mean the parameter is optional. The pipe symbol | indicates a choice of one or the other. The dash symbol - denotes a range of possible values from one to the other. Usage: rawtherapee-cli -c <dir>|<files> Convert files in batch with default parameters. rawtherapee-cli <other options> -c <dir>|<files> Convert files in batch with your own settings. Options: rawtherapee-cli[-o <output>|-O <output>] [-q] [-a] [-s|-S] [-p <one.pp3> [-p <two.pp3> ...] ] [-d] [ -j[1-100] [-js<1-3>] | [-b<8|16>] [-t[z] | [-n]] ] [-Y] [-f] -c <input> -c <files> Specify one or more input files or directory. When specifying directories, Rawtherapee will look for images files that comply with the selected extensions (see also '-a'). -c must be the last option. -o <file>|<dir> Set output file or folder. Saves output file alongside input file if -o is not specified. -O <file>|<dir> Set output file or folder and copy pp3 file into it. Saves output file alongside input file if -O is not specified. -q Quick-start mode. Does not load cached files to speedup start time. -a Process all supported image file types when specifying a folder, even those not currently selected in Preferences > File Browser > Parsed Extensions. -s Use the existing sidecar file to build the processing parameters, e.g. for photo.raw there should be a photo.raw.pp3 file in the same folder. If the sidecar file does not exist, neutral values will be used. -S Like -s but skip if the sidecar file does not exist. -p <file.pp3> Specify processing profile to be used for all conversions. You can specify as many sets of "-p <file.pp3>" options as you like, each will be built on top of the previous one, as explained below. -d Use the default raw or non-raw processing profile as set in Preferences > Image Processing > Default Processing Profile -j[1-100] Specify output to be JPEG (default, if -t and -n are not set). Optionally, specify compression 1-100 (default value: 92). -js<1-3> Specify the JPEG chroma subsampling parameter, where: 1 = Best compression: 2x2, 1x1, 1x1 (4:2:0) Chroma halved vertically and horizontally. 2 = Balanced (default): 2x1, 1x1, 1x1 (4:2:2) Chroma halved horizontally. 3 = Best quality: 1x1, 1x1, 1x1 (4:4:4) No chroma subsampling. -b<8|16> Specify bit depth per channel (default value: 16 for TIFF, 8 for PNG). Only applies to TIFF and PNG output, JPEG is always 8. -t[z] Specify output to be TIFF. Uncompressed by default, or deflate compression with 'z'. -n Specify output to be compressed PNG. Compression is hard-coded to 6. -Y Overwrite output if present. -f Use the custom fast-export processing pipeline. Your pp3 files can be incomplete, RawTherapee will build the final values as follows: 1- A new processing profile is created using neutral values, 2- If the "-d" option is set, the values are overridden by those found in the default raw or non-raw processing profile. 3- If one or more "-p" options are set, the values are overridden by those found in these processing profiles. 4- If the "-s" or "-S" options are set, the values are finally overridden by those found in the sidecar files. The processing profiles are processed in the order specified on the command line.
rawtherapee-cli (return code: 0)
RawTherapee, version 5.2, command line Terminating without anything to do.