Current State-of-the-Art in SPP Processing Alternatives?

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OP stansbca Forum Member • Posts: 63
Re: Current State-of-the-Art in SPP Processing Alternatives?

Thanks to everyone who has replied.

Regarding batch mode, I am well aware of that, I guess I was wondering if there was a generally accepted setting that would bake in the majority of data (especially into a 16 bit file) such that another program could make use of it? When I've just batch processed everything "flat" in the past, it seems like a lot of info was tossed (especially in highlights...and I admit to abusing highlight recovery to keep shadow detail).

As for X3F tools, my issues were related to color casts and highlights. I believe I was one of the first "civilians" to use the tool and wrote a bit about about it early on. However, since then, I haven't messed with it. I just wasn't sure if there have been updates or best practices?

Few threads:

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4110769

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4083908?page=5#forum-post-59034060

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