What do you mean? Basically, I unzip the file into a folder, and then open up the individual images. If you want to know detailed java on how to do it, just PM me, and I'll explain all the details of the ImageIO class.
Great to know this, I'll keep tuned, xD
And I tested the program and it's great for an alpha release, you can pretty much level the page with minimal effort, xD
Now, just a side-note, the auto-levels doesn't work with Kylara's WSJ raws.
I just tested it out on the most recent Kylara Naruto RAW, and it worked fine. Sometime it will not do anything on auto levels, simply because there is nothing that the program interprets should be done. Eventually, if you continue auto-leveling, it will stop doing anything. It assigns a value to level based upon analyzing the image, and sometimes it will set the values to exactly what they already are.
hmmm I couldn't get it to work on vista, it wouldn't save. might be my version of JRE, I'll try XP.
Yeah, I don't think it should matter vista/XP, I would just go to the link I put on the OP and try upgrading Java
Very big update. I've been working on this a lot the last 2 weeks, and I finally have an update. I have added complete batch support, with saving and loading of batches. It will allow you to setup a group of processes, and run these on all or a single image. It will automatically save the images and repaint them. This will allow for a really fast processing of a raw, as in a few seconds. This will be used for normally repetitive tasks, such as converting to greyscale and auto leveling. As I add more functions to the app, they will show up in batch processing as well.
Additionally, I extensively modified the level window, and created and modified the set frame window. I added zoom capability within these windows, and made them dialog windows (inconsequential, but a major structural change on my part which will be tremendously useful going forward).
I will have a minor update very soon, as there are a few small things I want to modify (add a cancel button to the level and set frame, add a few helpful tool tips, and add more key functionality). In the zoom window, clicking page up and page down or scrolling the mouse wheel will zoom in or out. I will update the OP as well.