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How to Convert Raw (CR2) photos to JPG in MacOs Terminal

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Raw photos can be easily converted to JPG format using the terminal app on MacOs. This is possible using “sips”, an inbuilt image editing tool available on the Mac itself which lets you do all kinds of image manipulation.

To convert RAW image files to JPG or any other formats, use the following methods.

  1. Copy all the photos in a folder and navigate to that folder from the terminal
  2. Copy and paste the following code on the terminal
for i in *.CR2; do sips -s format jpeg $i --out "${i%.*}.jpg"; done

You can change the photo to other formats, just change the “jpeg” to any other image formats to do that.

That’s it.

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