Re: [Gimp-developer] Test some file plug-ins in master branch

Yay! Finally! :)

Mukund, couple of points.

I can save a 16-bit tiff. However, unlike other image processing apps, Gimp
won't tell me if it's saving as 16-bit or 8-bit. I did save and then opened
in Gimp 2.8.4 and determined that the saved file is indeed 16-bit.

Would it be possible to add this to the tiff export dialog? That is give
the user the option to export as 8-bit or 16-bit in addition to the current
compression options.

For PNG, I got a failed to save png struct which may or may not be an issue
on my side. I am currently on version 1.6.2. Which version of PNG did you
test on?

BTW, I have currently only tested on a Macbook pro running Mountain Lion.

Did I say that you guys rock?? I say it on my website all the time. :)

On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 4:19 AM, Mukund Sivaraman <muks banu com> wrote:

Hi all

The following file plug-ins have been revised to use GIMP's new API.
I feel they need more testing as the changes are intrusive and the file
types can support a variety of pixel formats. I have tested these to my
satisfaction. Please test these if you can (master branch).

* file-jpeg (test loading and saving grayscale and RGB JPEG files)

* file-tiff-save (test saving grayscale, RGB and indexed TIFF files
  incl. 16-bits per channel in the case of non-indexed)

* file-ps (test saving grayscale and RGB formats)

* I have reviewed file-png's load and save code (which was revised some
  time back by nomis) and it seems fine to me. But please test this one
  by using it too, as it's a commonly used plug-in. Test saving
  grayscale, RGB and indexed PNG files incl. 16-bits per channel in case
  of non-indexed.


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