"send, open to HDR" from Windows Explorer

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"send, open to HDR" from Windows Explorer

Postby michaelmueller » Tue May 18, 2004 9:14 pm

would ther be a trick to send a scanned raw image from disc, within the Windows Explorer to HDR as a Photoshop plugin?
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Postby LSI_Sperling » Fri May 21, 2004 1:44 pm

dear MichaelM?ller,
please download our new HDR version from our web site. After launching SilverFast HDR you should be able to open your raw data images from the CD. In the case you have a Photo CD you have to convert the image format, so that the HDR is able to read the data.

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Postby LSI_Flyvbjerg » Fri May 21, 2004 4:59 pm

Dear all.

I think what Mr. Mueller means is the possibility to open an image in HDR automatically, like when the image file is double clicked in the explorer (finder on MAC systems) or by drag&drop.

Sorry such function is not implemented :-?

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not implemented

Postby michaelmueller » Fri May 21, 2004 7:38 pm

Wouldn?t it be possible to write a Photoshop CS script to get this function?

When I have a job, let's say 150 raw scans in one folder. The way it works now I have the "open file" dialog, and then I have to scroll to, e.g. file no. 132. But before I have to remember the number of the last finished photo.
If I could work with the Explorer, I would see the cursor on my last opened file. Also renaming would be much easier.
I wonder why no one ask for that "feature" before!

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