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I'll go a different route... Use ufraw-batch not ufraw. sudo apt-get install ufraw-batch ## This will output (not replace) the file with a new extension. ## foo.CR2 exported to foo.png ufraw-batch --out-type png *.CR2 See ufraw-batch --help and man ufraw-batch for more info.


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In CLI, you should look at panorama tools, as Hugin is only a GUI for this software.



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