A few weeks ago I asked a question about creating multispectral images using ImageJ and the micatoolbox. I was having issues opening my .RAW images, getting these three errors:
- “Timeout- DCRAW doesn’t seem to have processed this file”
- “There are no images open in line 63 run (“32-bit<)>;
- “There are no images open in line 363 photoID = getImageID(<)>;
Since then I have uninstalled all the software and did a clean downloaded the following: ImageJ for Java 8, MicaToolbox V.2.2.1 and LibRaw V.0.20.2 on my Windows. I downloaded ImageJ to my desk top and extracted the files for both micatoolbox and LibRaw into the plugins folder of ImageJ. I have the four folders required for micatoolbox as well as the folder \”LibRaw-0.20.2\” in the plugins. I tried opening a .RAW file again, but I still get the three above errors. I\’m not sure what\’s going wrong.
Sorry to hear you continue to have issues opening RAW images. What OS are you running the toolbox on? What file extension does your RAW image have? Do other RAW images (with different extensions, eg. orf etc.) work? Can you send us a link to a test image here or via DM on Twitter? I’ll try to replicate the error and see from there.