How can I convert an 8-bit grayscale image to a 16-bits tiff WITHOUT modifying any pixel values.
I have tried:
convert <infile> -depth 16 <outfile> but this still gives 8-bits according to identify -verbose info:
convert <infile> -level 0%,100% -depth 16 <outfile> but this still gives 8-bits according to identify -verbose info:
However, if I do;
onvert <infile> -level 0.01%,100% -depth 16 <outfile> I get a 16-bit grayscale image, but I have changed slightly the image information according to compare -metric rmse <infile> <outfile> null:
I would like a way to simply convert the the 8-bit image to tiff 16-bits (on IM Q16) without changing any pixel values.
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