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Results

Posted: Thu Oct 27, 2011 8:44 pm
by pike105
- When opening an image, process it and open another one, the first image will still be displayed. You have to restart, to open another image
- Strange way to save images
- When moving the mid-tone slider (in histogram) to the left, the image will get darker (???)
- ACDSeepro will not open tif-files from SF-HDR8

You believe this to be Beta?

Re: Results

Posted: Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:09 pm
by LSI_Morales
Hi there,

pike105 wrote:- When opening an image, process it and open another one, the first image will still be displayed. You have to restart, to open another image


Thanks for reporting, we believe to have found the culprit of this issue. The next update will have a bugfix for this

pike105 wrote:- When moving the mid-tone slider (in histogram) to the left, the image will get darker (???)

Yes, it is correct, the image will get darker (as it is supposed to)

pike105 wrote:You believe this to be Beta?


Well, it is a pre-release version and definitely there is room for improvement, as indicated in one of the dialogues every time you start the program.

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Thanks for your cooperation

Cheers

Re: Results

Posted: Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:48 pm
by pike105
pike105 wrote:- When moving the mid-tone slider (in histogram) to the left, the image will get darker (???)
"Yes, it is correct, the image will get darker (as it is supposed to)"


Well, when moving the mid-tone slider (in histogram) to the left, the image usually (SF HDR 6.6, Photoshop, ....) gets brighter, not darker.


Again: ACDSeepro will not open tif-files from SF-HDR8. This is the first time, ACDSeepro cannot open a tif-file. There must be something special in your SF8-files

Re: Results

Posted: Wed Nov 02, 2011 9:20 am
by LSI_Rossee
Well, when moving the mid-tone slider (in histogram) to the left, the image usually (SF HDR 6.6, Photoshop, ....) gets brighter, not darker.


Hi, we implemented an additive interpretation to the midtone-slider of the histogram in SF8. SF 6.6 as well as Photoshop's interpretation of the midtones is based on a subtractive interpretation which back in the days was normally applied when working on CMYK-files, with CMYK being a subtractive color model. Hardly anybody scans for a single output purpose these days - we all scan in a medianeutral workflow to a preferrably large RGB (additive color model) working spaces. So for SilverFast 8 we felt that it makes more sense to implement an additive behaviour to the midtone-slider because we're all workin in RGB now.

Again: ACDSeepro will not open tif-files from SF-HDR8. This is the first time, ACDSeepro cannot open a tif-file. There must be something special in your SF8-files

You got that right, SilverFast tif-files are very special ;-) Seriously, we have to check out why ACDSeepro won't open our files. I will report back here in this thread.

Best,

JAN