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Absolute Output format not working for some nodes.

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Mar 01, 2024 Mar 01, 2024

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12.3.0 build 6140 commit 1fc36e80 Release (2022-09-29)

(plz ignore if it's solved in the newer versions)

 

Some nodes's output format (bit depth) is not working.

The reason I need to constrain the values from 16 to 8 bit is to build a logic which is easier to deal when the pixel values are small.. It's a really cool thing. I wish I could share with the community but... the NDA 😥

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Community Expert , Mar 02, 2024 Mar 02, 2024

This is not a bug as such, but can happen with some instanced nodes depending on how they have been built internally.

 

There are two workarounds.

1. Leave the node in 16 bit and follow it with a levels node set to 8 bit

or

2. Open the reference node (Ctrl+E) and save a copy. Then open that copy and change the node inheritance internally to your requirements, rename it and and save it (e.g as HistogramSelect 8bitCopy). Use it in your graph instead of the original node.

 

Dave

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This is not a bug as such, but can happen with some instanced nodes depending on how they have been built internally.

 

There are two workarounds.

1. Leave the node in 16 bit and follow it with a levels node set to 8 bit

or

2. Open the reference node (Ctrl+E) and save a copy. Then open that copy and change the node inheritance internally to your requirements, rename it and and save it (e.g as HistogramSelect 8bitCopy). Use it in your graph instead of the original node.

 

Dave

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