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2003.11.26 14:17 "[Tiff] Bug in LogLuv", by Antonio Scuri
2003.11.26 16:31 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Greg Ward
2003.11.26 17:41 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Antonio Scuri
2003.11.26 17:54 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Greg Ward
2003.11.27 15:10 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Andrey Kiselev
2003.11.27 15:23 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Kai-Uwe Behrmann
2003.11.27 15:48 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Antonio Scuri
2003.11.27 16:01 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Kai-Uwe Behrmann
2003.11.27 19:10 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Greg Ward

2003.11.27 15:23 "[Tiff] Re: Bug in LogLuv", by Kai-Uwe Behrmann

Hi,

someone. The 48-bit LogLuv format is not used by any of my applications for communication with the library. I always use floating point XYZ or one of the raw LogLuv encodings.

Is there an option in libtiff to convert Your format to 32-bit floats or 16-bit ints other than the 8-bit output I optain currently with libtiffs fallback functionality?

This would help me supporting this format in cinepaint.

LogLuv TIFF format is used a number of places, notably by Renderpark <http://www.linux.org/apps/AppId_4060.html> and Radiance <http://www.radiance-online.org> (via the ra_tiff converter). It is also supported by the newest version of HDRshop <http://www.debevec.org/HDRShop/>, a program for building and manipulating high dynamic-range images, and on the Mac by Photosphere <http://www.anyhere.com>, a program for building and cataloging regular and HDR images.

Interessting.

thanks

Kai-Uwe