I have just uploaded ver. 2.05 of tpsSuper, 2.31 of tpsDig2, and 1.75 of tpsUtil.
Main change to all three was to add additional image file formats - most importantly camera raw images files. See the list below. This change was suggested by Jennifer Valvo. In addition, I fixed a problem reading .nts files for the creation of slider files in tpsUtil -- reported by Andrea Cardini. Many thanks to both! Input image file formats for tpsDig2, tpsSuper, and tpsUtil. Format Notes JPEG (jpg) Supports 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 sub-sizes for fast preview JPEG2000 GIF Including editing and display of animated GIFs PNG BMP Compressed and uncompressed TIFF (tif) Editing and display of single and multipage TIFF. Also supports FAX, G3F and G3N sub-formats BigTIFF Single and multipage BigTIFF. Also supports FAX, G3F and G3N sub-formats PCX Including DCX (Multipage PCX) format Raw Camera Formats Including Digital Negative Format (*.dng), Canon (*.cr2, *.crw), Kodak (*.dcr), Minolta (*.mrw), Nikon (*.nef), Olympus (*.orf), Pentax (*.pef), Fuji (*.raf), Leica (*.raw), Sony (*.srf) and Sigma (*.x3f) Icons (ICO) With multiple resolution and color depth support DICOM (Medical Imaging) Single and multipage. Can be compressed with RLE, jpeg2000 and lossy-jpeg Adobe Photoshop (PSD/PSB) With multiple layer and large document support WMP Also known as Microsoft HD Photo Metafiles (WMF and EMF) AVI Including retrieval and modification of frames Note: some TIF files use a special compression that this program may not be able to read. Images can be saved in the following formats: Format Notes JPEG (JPG) JPEG2000 GIF PNG BMP Compressed and uncompressed TIFF (TIF) PCX Including DCX (Multipage PCX) format Raw Camera Formats Including Digital Negative Format (*.dng), Canon (*.cr2, *.crw), Kodak (*.dcr), Minolta (*.mrw), Nikon (*.nef), Olympus (*.orf), Pentax (*.pef), Fuji (*.raf), Leica (*.raw), Sony (*.srf) and Sigma (*.x3f) Icons (ICO) DICOM (Medical Imaging) Adobe Photoshop (PSD) With multiple layer support WMP Also known as Microsoft HD Photo PostScript (PS and EPS) Adobe PDF AVI ____________________________________________ F. James Rohlf, Distinguished Professor, Emeritus. Ecology & Evolution Research Professor, Anthropology Stony Brook University -- MORPHMET may be accessed via its webpage at http://www.morphometrics.org --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "MORPHMET" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to morphmet+unsubscr...@morphometrics.org.