I would be very careful about your CPU usage if you plan on converting a large amount of images on your account. Typically you'd do local batch processing in something like Photoshop or using a program like UFRaw to get your images into a web ready format prior to uploading them to your website.
In regards to why ImageMagick isn't working on the server for converting your .ARW image files, you might need to specify something like this in your command:
convert arw:image.arw image.png
You might find a bit more help in this ImageMagick forum post about ARW files. Also from the ImageMagick site itself in the RAW camera image formats section it mentions this:
"While ImageMagick can handle a large variety of different formats, it does not 'know' how to convert raw camera files, so IM uses the "dcraw" program as a delegate program to convert the raw file into a format that it does understand, either a TIFF (with the '-T' flag) or PNM. Note that it is designed for raw camera images, and not those from, for example, a scanner. The "dcraw" program can handle a large number of different raw formats including those from cameras manufactured by Canon, Fuji, Kodak, Nikon and Sony."
Again I'd probably recommend not using a web server to convert raw images into web-ready formats, but hopefully with this information you might be able to get it to work if it's necessary for your site's function.
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