JD Smith twisted the bytes to say:
JD> On Mon, 30 Oct 2006 11:01:20 -0800, Daniel M. German wrote:
JD> I think that it's a good idea to standardize on cropped TIFFs, and keep
JD> other formats separate. The one format which I'd love to see from the
JD> PTools side is multi-layer TIFF (which is essentially just a bunch of
JD> cropped TIFFs glued together). Nona outputs this and it is very useful
JD> (though less so because Gimp can't edit them and save; I believe cinepaint
JD> can however).
>> Photoshop is not able to read them either. That is why I don't see
>> them to be very useful. Anybody else has other comments about this
JD> Is there any freely available, open multi-layer format which both the Gimp
JD> and Photoshop can read/write, which PanoTools could support?
In 8 bit, the old Photoshop format is still open. in 16 bit we don't
really have any. We need to reverse engineer the new photoshop format
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