In article <dspete.3.00108944 at helix.nih.gov>, dspete at helix.nih.gov (David S. Peterson) writes:
|>|> >how can i read image quant (molecular dynamics) files in another program.
|> >i've managed to open the 8 bit files in photoshop. But when i try to open
|> >the original
|> >16 bit files i get garbage?
|>|> >seth ness
|> >ness at aecom.yu.edu|>|> The 16 bit files are in a proprietary format. I doubt you'll find any
|> application that will open then.
|>|> David Peterson
No, it's not quite that bad. They're in TIFF, but it's a 16-bit
grayscale variant that isn't a standard TIFF type. NIH-Image 1.52
will read these files. Also, I've modified John Bradley's xv
(Unix/Xwindows image viewer) to handle MD 16-bit grayscale TIFF.
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