Joe Hartley wrote:
I work with 48-bit color TIF images, with color dynamic ranges way
beyond any printer or monitor's ability to differentiate them. Sort of
the equivalent (to me) of 96 or 192KHz sample rates.
The benefit of all those extra bits of color information in an image?
Filters and other computer processing routines run on the image have
more information available to them when processing a given pixel.
Software processing routines don't have the same visual or audio
processing limitations/requirements as people or printers or monitors,
so I don't see anything wrong with recording at bit rates much higher
than the end product will have.
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