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Convert files from RAW to JPEG

Posted by Grace J.

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Wednesday, 20th Feb 2013
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Hi there,
I need around 600-700 RAW files (CR2) converted to JPEG for me ASAP, no alterations on the photos need to be done, just the conversion. This should be quite an easy task for someone who Adobe Lightroom or similar, something you can set up and then leave working away on your computer! I will transfer the files to you via dropbox or wetransfer, there about about 15GB of them, and then you can transfer the JPEGs back to me when you're done. So of course you will need to have a quite fast working computer with a lot of spare space - and knowledge of how to actually do the conversion! And a fast internet connection, with unlimited downloads would probably be best for you!
Tell me a little bit about how you would go about doing this (e.g. what program you're using) and when you can have this done by.
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Great, thanks for the gig!
Grace J.poster
Oh that's sounds great too, Lightroom is probably a quicker process but it's up to you which you use - as long as you make sure lightroom isn't automatically colourcorrecting the images (it sometimes does that). I've just double checked and it's 550 files - 13Gb, I have the uploading onto dropbox now, they probably won't all be done until later today, but you will be able to access them as they get uploaded as well.
Yep, very familiar with it. My account is full but I can create another dummy account for this purchase if you like? Or otherwise can connect to any account to drag-n-drop the files to my hard drive.
Grace J.poster
Thanks sounds great. I wouldn't need you to change the resolution, i think keeping the files the same is fine. Do you have Dropbox? Or could you get it? If you don't know what it is - it's just this great program that allows me to transfer files into a folder on your computer that you can take off straight away (as soon they've downloaded of course). It's free to download.
I have access to 5 x fast-speed pc's and mac's with bigpond internet cable at 100mbps. I'm downloading Lightroom as we speak and can repeat the same batch processing record in this application if preferred.
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