Batch Process HDR Files

All about SilverFast HDR and HiRepp (48bit HDR processing)

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Batch Process HDR Files

Postby dgcrouch » Fri Jun 23, 2017 4:16 pm

Hi,

I have scanned many images using an Epson 11000XL, 48 Bit RAW in TIFF format using SilverFast. I understand that these files have a gamma setting of 1.0 and embedded color space from the scanner.

I now want to simply batch convert all these files to a normal TIFF, 48 bit, converted to Adobe RGB 1998 color space with a gamma setting of 2.2.

I imagine that I need to use the SilverFast HDR Studio but I am unclear how to proceed.

Thanks!

David

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Re: Batch Process HDR Files

Postby LSI_Ketelhohn » Mon Jun 26, 2017 4:12 pm

Dear David,

Yes the SilverFast HDR Studio is in deed the best way to do this.

If you do not already own o license the easiest way to get one is through an upgrade to the SilverFast Archive Suite. It adds a SilverFast HDR Studio license to your existing scanning software.

There you can load batches of images through the VLT into the JobManager.
The JobManager then organizes the processing of the files. You can make settings for one file and then transfer these settings to selected or all other loaded files.

Kind regards,
Arne


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