On 11/09/2012 01:52 AM, dex Otaku wrote:
> Salut alouest,Yes. I understand there's an effort to come up with a TIFF standard that
> On Thursday, 8 November 2012 14:01:32 UTC-6, alouest wrote:
> 'm using a sotware which can export RGB tiff and 32 bit tiff. I can
> To summary could hugin or another tool could apply the settings from
> Is that crazy or that could work?
> To my knowledge, Hugin and its included tools only work with TIFF images
allows larger sizes.
> What are you using that creates 32-bit [I assume that's per colourI don't know what the original poster means by it. Windows claims a
> channel] output? HDR images from something?
32-bit image format, but I think it's actually 8-bit RGB with 8-bit
> Is there a practical reason to maintain that bit depth as far in yourI get better color when I stitch using 48-bit TIF (16-bit per channel).
> processing chain as Hugin? Chances are, even if you're going to be
> post-processing the images after stitching, 16 bits per channel will be
I convert them from my camera's 48-bit RAW files. 48-bit is minimal HDR,
because 16-bits per channel gives a greater color gamut than can be
displayed or printed with existing technology.
> My suggestion [which is probably your only option with Hugin, Nona,I know of one Hugin tool that doesn't work with 16-bit per channel
> etc.]: reduce the bit depth of the images to 16bpc or less and use those
> with Hugin. If you require >16 bit per channel image support, you may
> need to find other tools to use.
images: linefind. Unless that's been fixed in the new release?
wandering the landscape of god
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