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Re: filmscanners: PSP and 48-bit color question

At 06:41 AM 10/30/2001 +1000, Rob Geraghty wrote:
>Recently I've been using the 16 bit capability of Picture Window Pro to do a
>levels adjustment and conversion to 24bits.  PWP allows me to adjust the
>levels in HSL rather than RGB, and this results in less colour shifts.
>After conversion to 24bit I prefer to use PSP for most editing such as
>cleaning up scratches or spots, conversion to web dimensions, saving as
>jpeg, and printing.  PSP doesn't embed profiles or previews in images - a
>disadvantage if you need the feature, but if you're making web images it
>means they're more compact.

I tried Picture Window Pro and it switches my monitor into monochrome mode 
whenever I try to edit an image. I have to restart to clear it. Has anybody 
else experienced anything like that?



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