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  1. Importing raw 32 bit floating point image

    Thanks Mandrake! I have successfuly built up an executable program which converts my 32 bit raw image into 16 bit grayscale tif image. Now I need to know how to insert it into Houdini. I believe FBio table is the tool I should use. However I don't know the exact format the command should be. I've tried .r32 "cp %s /tmp/$$.tif ; icp /tmp/$$.tif stdout ; rm -f /tmp/$$.tif" "" which is based on commands already in the FBio table for other formats. But it leads to a crash. p.s. My prgram now accept two file names and load the 32 bit raw image in file 1 and save it into 16 bit tiff file 2.
  2. Hi, I'm new to both houdini and HDK. Curretnly I'm trying to import some raw image into the houdini. There are no headers in those raw images and each pixel is a 4 byte floating point value. I've tried both plugin way just like what IMG_SAMPLE does and FBio table way but both of them failed. Neither the structure of plugin nor the structure of image loading program used in FBio table was well explained or companied with a good sample. I'm kind stucked, so can someone please help me with it in ways like explaining it in a little bit more detail or informing me any already existing plugin or tools I can use. Thx a lot! Cheers!
  3. Hi! I'm new to HDK and starting with some samples. I managed to make several samples such as SOP_Star.C work but failed to compile IMG sample which is a plugin used to add new file format support to houdini. I'm useing VC14 and Houdini 15.5.717 I'm compiling with nmake, Makefile and command line tool of Visual studio 2015. And whenever I try to compile IMG sample with command "nmake Makefile.nmake", it tells me " 'sesitag' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. NMAKE: fatal error U1077: 'sesitag' : return code '0x1' " Any idea how to solve this out?
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