the following patch seems to solve the problem for me. However, I am not
very familiar with the openev code, so some side effects might exist...
Also, currently we handle datasets with palette and with hueBand
interpretation in the same way (e.g. RLM_SINGLE). This seems to be the
correct behaviour in the case of palette images, however, I am unsure
about the hueBand case. You might want to make that two separate if
lines, one setting mode to single for palette, another setting mode to
whatever is apropriate (the old RLM_PSCI?) for hueBand.
On 07/15/2010 02:58 AM, Mario Beauchamp wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 3:25 AM, Vincent Schut<schut@...> wrote:
>> I've been using openev2 for some time now, and most of the time it's
>> working great!
>> However, lately I opened some 8bit images (tiff) with colortable, and
>> noticed that openev2 displays the colors much too bright, e.g. in
>> comparison to openev1 or other image viewers.
> You are right, it's not right...
>> Any clue?
> Unfortunately, no :(
> I get many other errors related to the lut stuff that I don't
> understand very well... you are welcome to investigate yourself if you
> wish :)