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Topic: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Hello,

Thanks for IA, great program smile

I'm using IA1.33 and wanted to check the batch processing ability. It works on my files when testing with Invert, for example...  smile Output is as it should be...
But when I tried IncreaseLocalContrast, I got those messages...

DSC_0674.jpg
--IncreaseLocalContrast(100,50,50): Invalid floating point operation
DSC_0675.jpg
--IncreaseLocalContrast(100,50,50): Invalid floating point operation
DSC_0676.jpg
--IncreaseLocalContrast(100,50,50): Invalid floating point operation

Any idea?

Cheers,
   KIm

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

I just uploaded a new version of the plugin you can try (2.24).
Actually I don't remember changing anything related to that function, but it works for me so perhaps something was changed...

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Thanks! I'm not sure where to find it though, I only see 2.19 for the batch plugin...

Also, I'm wondering how to specify which method to use in
IncreaseLocalContrast(Contrast,FilterSize,Saturation), i.e. RGB vs Y...
Is there room for a 4th param?

Cheers,
    KIm

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Oh, it's there, I just forgot to update the version number displayed on the web site...
Currently the batch processor always uses the RGB method which is also the best in most cases in my experience.

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Thank you Michael, it does work  big_smile

I'll be happy to contribute to this great work of yours  smile

Sincerely,
   KIm

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Dear Michael,

looking at the results, it seems that the third param (Saturation) is ignored...
No matter what I put, I get the same result. Also, for some odd reason, the
result seems different than when I use the program itself, whether with RGB or Y...

I can send sample files if you'd like...

Thank you...

   KIm

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Thanks for reporting this. Yes, I can reproduce it and I am investigating why it happens.
I can see that the saturation parameter is ignored and that is easy to fix, but why the others doesn't give the same as RGB in IA is really strange. Actually it does give the same if you use the parameters 100,50,0 but not for any other values...

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Ok, I found a solution. Just download the latest version. I also added some more (optional) parameters to the IncreaseLocalContrast command.

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

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Re: Batch processor with IncreaseLocalContrast: Invalid floating point ope

Thanks for your support Michael,

It works much better  smile

Cheers,
   KIm