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Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Vene-Therm 11/1/2005
Can anyone help me in translating a BW captured image from an older camera into a Ironbow Palette image using Corel PhotoPaint (Or any other photo-editing software?)....

Thanks!.
Alex.
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Gary Orlove 11/1/2005
What is the file format of the image and what IR camera produced it?

Gary Orlove
Infrared Training Center
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Vene-Therm 11/1/2005
I'm just capturing the image from a ISI Videotherm Cam TV output using an USB VideoCapture Frame Grabber. The format is JPEG or TIFF depending on which one I choose to capture.

Thanks,
Alex.
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Gary Orlove 11/2/2005
Send me the image and I will do it for you.

gary.orlove@flir.com

 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Vene-Therm 11/3/2005
Thanks for your offering, but I just want to learn how to do it so I can proceed with it myself. There is no point on bothering you guys everytime I need to convert an image. I've tried with many of the Corel palettes but I dont get correct results.

Later,
Alex.
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? Vene-Therm 11/7/2005
No answers? I've found this info from an Ironbow palette:


# Continuous "Iron" Colour Palette
# Palette with 7 special shades and 120 shades in temp scale

7,120

# Special shades
# R G B

72, 153, 45 #ISOTERM1 Isotherm 1
229, 160, 22 #ISOTERM2 Isotherm 2
0, 255, 255 #MARKER IR window Area, Line, Spot
0, 0, 255 #RESERVED1
200, 0, 0 #RESERVED2
50, 50, 50 #UNDERFLOW Image underflow
200, 200, 200 #OVERFLOW Image overflow

# Color Scale
# R G B

0, 0, 0
0, 0, 36
0, 0, 51
0, 0, 66
0, 0, 81
2, 0, 90
4, 0, 99
7, 0, 106
11, 0, 115
14, 0, 119
20, 0, 123
27, 0, 128
33, 0, 133
41, 0, 137
48, 0, 140
55, 0, 143
61, 0, 146
66, 0, 149
72, 0, 150
78, 0, 151
84, 0, 152
91, 0, 153
97, 0, 155
104, 0, 155
110, 0, 156
115, 0, 157
122, 0, 157
128, 0, 157
134, 0, 157
139, 0, 157
146, 0, 156
152, 0, 155
157, 0, 155
162, 0, 155
167, 0, 154
171, 0, 153
175, 1, 152
178, 1, 151
182, 2, 149
185, 4, 149
188, 5, 147
191, 6, 146
193, 8, 144
195, 11, 142
198, 13, 139
201, 17, 135
203, 20, 132
206, 23, 127
208, 26, 121
210, 29, 116
212, 33, 111
214, 37, 103
217, 41, 97
219, 46, 89
221, 49, 78
223, 53, 66
224, 56, 54
226, 60, 42
228, 64, 30
229, 68, 25
231, 72, 20
232, 76, 16
234, 78, 12
235, 82, 10
236, 86, 8
237, 90, 7
238, 93, 5
239, 96, 4
240, 100, 3
241, 103, 3
241, 106, 2
242, 109, 1
243, 113, 1
244, 116, 0
244, 120, 0
245, 125, 0
246, 129, 0
247, 133, 0
248, 136, 0
248, 139, 0
249, 142, 0
249, 145, 0
250, 149, 0
251, 154, 0
252, 159, 0
253, 163, 0
253, 168, 0
253, 172, 0
254, 176, 0
254, 179, 0
254, 184, 0
254, 187, 0
254, 191, 0
254, 195, 0
254, 199, 0
254, 202, 1
254, 205, 2
254, 208, 5
254, 212, 9
254, 216, 12
255, 219, 15
255, 221, 23
255, 224, 32
255, 227, 39
255, 229, 50
255, 232, 63
255, 235, 75
255, 238, 88
255, 239, 102
255, 241, 116
255, 242, 134
255, 244, 149
255, 245, 164
255, 247, 179
255, 248, 192
255, 249, 203
255, 251, 216
255, 253, 228
255, 254, 239
255, 255, 249

 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? JKEngineer 11/7/2005
Alex -
Take the same information for the Grey palette and map the two to each other. That will give you the equivalence between various levels of gray and the colors of the ironbow palette.
Jack
Jack M. Kleinfeld, P.E.
Kleinfeld Technical Services, Inc.
Infrared Thermography, Finite Element Analysis, Process Engineering

Bronx, NY 10463

718-884-6644
866-884-6644 toll free
212-214-0919 fax and voice mail

JKEngineer@aol.com or JKEngineer@KleinfeldTechnical.com
come see what we can do for you: http://www.KleinfeldTechnical.com
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? itcwm 6/7/2006
www.monroeinfrared.com has a free conversion program for bmp. HFIR Pallette overlay tool.

But I'm looking for a command line tool to covert black/white bmp files to ironbow jpeg.

Anybody tried image magick?
 
Re:Converting BW Images to Ironbow Palette Images? nissegrahn 12/20/2010
Vene-Therm wrote:
ers? I've found this info from an Ironbow palette:


# Continuous "Iron" Colour Palette
# Palette with 7 special shades and 120 shades in temp scale

7,120

# Special shades
# R G B

72, 153, 45 #ISOTERM1 Isotherm 1
229, 160, 22 #ISOTERM2 Isotherm 2
0, 255, 255 #MARKER IR window Area, Line, Spot
0, 0, 255 #RESERVED1
200, 0, 0 #RESERVED2
50, 50, 50 #UNDERFLOW Image underflow
200, 200, 200 #OVERFLOW Image overflow

# Color Scale
# R G B

0, 0, 0
0, 0, 36
0, 0, 51
0, 0, 66
0, 0, 81
2, 0, 90
4, 0, 99
7, 0, 106
11, 0, 115
14, 0, 119
20, 0, 123
27, 0, 128
33, 0, 133
41, 0, 137
48, 0, 140
55, 0, 143
61, 0, 146
66, 0, 149
72, 0, 150
78, 0, 151
84, 0, 152
91, 0, 153
97, 0, 155
104, 0, 155
110, 0, 156
115, 0, 157
122, 0, 157
128, 0, 157
134, 0, 157
139, 0, 157
146, 0, 156
152, 0, 155
157, 0, 155
162, 0, 155
167, 0, 154
171, 0, 153
175, 1, 152
178, 1, 151
182, 2, 149
185, 4, 149
188, 5, 147
191, 6, 146
193, 8, 144
195, 11, 142
198, 13, 139
201, 17, 135
203, 20, 132
206, 23, 127
208, 26, 121
210, 29, 116
212, 33, 111
214, 37, 103
217, 41, 97
219, 46, 89
221, 49, 78
223, 53, 66
224, 56, 54
226, 60, 42
228, 64, 30
229, 68, 25
231, 72, 20
232, 76, 16
234, 78, 12
235, 82, 10
236, 86, 8
237, 90, 7
238, 93, 5
239, 96, 4
240, 100, 3
241, 103, 3
241, 106, 2
242, 109, 1
243, 113, 1
244, 116, 0
244, 120, 0
245, 125, 0
246, 129, 0
247, 133, 0
248, 136, 0
248, 139, 0
249, 142, 0
249, 145, 0
250, 149, 0
251, 154, 0
252, 159, 0
253, 163, 0
253, 168, 0
253, 172, 0
254, 176, 0
254, 179, 0
254, 184, 0
254, 187, 0
254, 191, 0
254, 195, 0
254, 199, 0
254, 202, 1
254, 205, 2
254, 208, 5
254, 212, 9
254, 216, 12
255, 219, 15
255, 221, 23
255, 224, 32
255, 227, 39
255, 229, 50
255, 232, 63
255, 235, 75
255, 238, 88
255, 239, 102
255, 241, 116
255, 242, 134
255, 244, 149
255, 245, 164
255, 247, 179
255, 248, 192
255, 249, 203
255, 251, 216
255, 253, 228
255, 254, 239
255, 255, 249

What is the definition of the ironbow palette? Do you have a palette with 256 or more scales?

Preferably send me a mathematical definition of the R, G and B chanel from black to white
 


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