But I've managed to find something that will import the ithmb with the correct YUV colour space. I believe the two images I've been seeing, one on top of the other, are Apple's attempt to change the RAW format.
The top and bottom images must be interleaved to create the correct image and corrects the viewing aspect.
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Photoshop then brings up the "Photoshop Raw Options" dialog. Also, the images come out stretched horizontally.[ *edit: Ah!
The greyscale problem is caused by the colour space interpretation.
I was hoping to avoid that - been a while since I've done that.I'm also hoping that if the correct directory structure(s) is(are) present then one of them might be forgiving (or stupid) enough to get at the data.Anyway, it's just a hypothesis at the moment and a bit of fun for me :) Just an update...I need a program that will handle, or can specify, YUV 4:2:2 (I think) not RGB]Perhaps you could upload an ithmb file that is known to be in colour for me so that I can experiment with a known colour source.[edit2: From scouring the 'net, I've found that other possible Interesting. Steve the (original) name pirate Just for info the .ithmb store several different versions of the picture, a thumbnail version, another smaller version and a full sized version, so theseare probably the multiple images you are seeing.Just for info the .ithmb store several different versions of the picture, a thumbnail version, another smaller version and a full sized version, so theseare probably the multiple images you are seeing. I just knew you were going to mention that :|So far I think I've been using ithmb's with a single image... The command line I used to output to a PNG file is (all on one line with the source file in the same directory) :convert -size 720x480 -depth 16 -sampling-factor 4:2:2 T114From these ithmbs I've been able to ascertain what the format of the (single picture) files are.