Hey Matt, Martin above states "the java application Action(s) works EXACTLY like Automator," and Magic Lantern's raw2dng application could conceivably take the place of RAWMagic. Cheers!
As far as I know, jumping back versions is very very easy because Blackmagic archives previous downloads. Yay
Hey Salvatore, see if this helps (read below video, 'linked comments'): http://www.youtube.com/comment?lc=f2d46mVu0D6PzL5CdyqipjlyRlcINsza0hzZbq...
In that case, keep a lookout for my post on the matter, it'll be up before then for sure. We got you covered XD
C.D., I sometimes edit creatively and find this distinction quite non-artificial :) I retroactively refer to the 'workprint' editing process the same way you refer to color correction in one of your previous comments -- as synonymous/analogous in principle, regardless of physical format(s) or the lingo of a given era:
Submitted on 2013/07/23 at 3:28 pm | In reply to fg.
What do you mean by “…no color correction… ” There was “color correction” before the age of digital (sighs and shakes head).
David -- absolutely, I'd meant to make a note of that in this one, actually. Harry, thanks for the appreciation, we're workin on it :)