Ah, thanks for the correct link. As for my first question, I pointed to http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/MoreBest#Bad_Pixel_Removal
only because it gave descriptions of Average and RAWconv. However my question is actually about the version of badpixel removal that comes in AllBest builds, not LjL's patch.
For the latest version of AllBest, on the RAW settings page, you can choose Off/Average/RAWconv. You said:
"Average - CHDK makes bad pixel interpolation.
RAWconv - CHDK only marks this pixel as bad for interpolation in RAW converter (internal or external). This option is ignored in DNG mode (in DNG mode bad pixels are averaged by CHDK always)."
So for AllBest, does Average ignore the numbers after '=' or does it use them to control how strongly the pixel is removed?
For RAWconv, you said that it only marks pixels bad on the RAW for interpolation later. Does this mean that the JPGs are not cleaned? Or if they are in fact cleaned, will they be cleaned differently than the Average mode?
Finally, what if it is in DNG mode? I know the DNG itself will be averaged (as you said), but what about the JPG? Will it still be affected by the Average/RAWconv setting?