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Date Posted: 14:23:04 02/25/04 Wed
Author: Peter Dove
Subject: Re: 16bit Tiff's
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: 16bit Tiff's" on 20:48:06 02/23/04 Mon


I agree that for displaying purposes your need to go 8-bit but is there anyway to have separate access to the 16bit values for calculation purpose.


>Hi Peter,
>Once a graphic is loaded in Envision, true color
>images are represented in the 8 bit RGB color space.
>It is the native mode for windows. I don't have any
>plans to change this, because for display purposes, it
>would need to be converted back to 8 bits.
>Best regards,
>>How does one, after loading a 16bit TIFF get access to
>>the values for the R,G,B
>>At the moment I can only get 8 bit values for each

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