STICHER STAND ALONE for Z1

Why doesn’t Ricoh provide a stand alone sticher for Raw?

I would like not to use Lightroom for RAW files but only the Ricoh sticher?
(I’m going to look at the PT guy side but frankly the simplest would be an official stand alone sticher)

RThanks in advance

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I agree. I’m disappointed to see that I need to install Lightroom in order to stitch the photos.

Hello Guido
You should look this topic


It can help to work around the lightroom plugin
This the way I want to follow
(Darktable for raw dev in front)

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Yuqing is using the stitcher as a standalone application on the Mac.

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This is very interesting!

But how does it work on Windows?
The ini format does not use XML as the plist format on the Mac.

I tried the equivalent syntax of
is_enable_launch_without_lr=1
without success.

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Hi, @CorLeone
It’s based upon the unofficial information and doesn’t work on Windows RTS ver. 2.20. but it does properly on ver.2.10.

Toyo

Hi, @jldaureil
I understand you dislike LrC subscription. However, I have no idea to use standalone RTS with other right editors. Which one do you want to do? And the editor you use can support DNG ver.1.4?

Regards,
Toyo

I tried both 2.10.1 and 2.20.0.
What is the relevant parameter?
As mentioned, Windows ini files don’t use XML as shown in the above screenshot.

Just add the following lines in .ini file and drop the image on .exe.

[debug]
IsEnableLaunchWithoutLr=1

Hope this helps.
Toyo

PS.
How is your workflow with standalone RTS? Please let me know that😄

Thanks for providing these details!

However, even with adding the debug section to the ini file, I still get the error message that the stitcher should be started via LR. Tried 2.10.0, 2.10.1, 2.20.0. :thinking:

Ver.2.10.1 is ok. Mac version is no ploblem.

Good luck.
Toyo