XnView lightens an image that I don't want lightened.

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XnView lightens an image that I don't want lightened.

Post by DemonDuck » Sun Jan 06, 2008 3:00 am

A Fuji RAF file -- I convert it to TIFF and rotate 90 degrees counter clockwise. The image then becomes much much lighter.

I don't want it to become much, much lighter. It's part of a panoramic sequence and if it becomes lighter, it no longer fits into the sequence.

How do I tell XnView that it's doing something that it is not supposed to do?

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Re: XnView lightens an image that I don't want lightened.

Post by xnview » Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:59 pm

DemonDuck wrote:A Fuji RAF file -- I convert it to TIFF and rotate 90 degrees counter clockwise. The image then becomes much much lighter.

I don't want it to become much, much lighter. It's part of a panoramic sequence and if it becomes lighter, it no longer fits into the sequence.

How do I tell XnView that it's doing something that it is not supposed to do?
Have you changed the view gamma (in Tools > Options > View > Misc > Use gamma correction)? If not, send me your RAF file.
Pierre.

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