It was still a great help to get things running correctly Jim.JMorris wrote:
All I did was to suggest the 'pause' line.
I found on my laptop I had put the DCRaw.exe into the wrong directory and on the desktop I put the path in the DCRaw.bat wrong. I had C:\windows\dcraw dcraw -v -r 1 1 1 1 -4 -T -S 32767 -k 0 -o 0 *.CR2
As you can see this makes the command line look into a directory that does not exist because I had dcraw dcraw. Take out one of the dcraw's and all works fine.
For more info on dcraw, and to where I found all this info, go to read this page. http://www.guillermoluijk.com/tutorial/ ... dex_en.htm