- Scanning/saving/loading 10-bit data
- Tonemapping for 8-bit/10-bit data that improves the quality of HIG photos
Using these improvements we want to obtain data for enhancement of our tomography algorithm (by switching to 10-bit data in future releases). Also using 10 bit data + tonemapping options will improve the visual quality of HIG photos - you will see more details and higher dynamic range.
Capturing 10-bit data in Oxygen HIG
Here is a short video instruction, how to capture and save 10-bit data. We need this data for 10-bit tomography tests.
- Set Mono16 mode in GUI
- Start capturing HIG photos
- Save captured photoset as '.png'
Tone mapping for live view
To show 10-bit live view on the 8-bit display we have to use tone-mapping.
To enable select tonemapping algorithm, please click on TM button and select the algorithm and tune parameters; algorithms and parameters description is here: Tone mapping
The video instruction is here:
Tone mapping for captured photos
If you want to work with already captured 10-bit data (not in live view), you may also tune tonemapping settings: