Problems Uploading HDR Photos

IndieMe

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I just downloaded photomatrix Pro and did some HDR photos,

I saved them but now when I try to upload them they don't work.

Photobucket and other sites say it needs a JPG, GIF ect... extension.

I tried opening the photos on paint and saving them but they won't even open there.

How do I turn these photos into JPG extension?
 

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From what I know, Photomatix automatically saves them as jpg-files when you are done with your tone mapping. Well, at least my own demo version does... :scratch:
 
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Ahh it's so confusing,

I can't upload the photos at all.

Anyone have any idea how to do this?
 

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I might be work but I think photomatix saves them as TIFF's maybe you can use photomatix to save them as jpg, or open them in photoshop and save them as jpg's
 

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Im having a similar problem. After making a HDR in cs3 it doesnt give me the option to save it as a JPG. And it wont let me upload the psd files.
 

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guys:

Make sure you are saving your HDRs as 8-bit color depth. I know in photomatrix there is a checkbox to save in 16-bit or 8-bit. In PShop i believe you have to go into a menu to do it, I forgot which exactly.

JPGs must be 8-bits, you cannot save a 16-bit HDR into JPG format.
 

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