enhancing saturation

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enhancing saturation

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hi,
i would like to enhance saturation during batch conversion. how can i do this?

thank you,
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Re: enhancing saturation

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Hi,
Anonymous wrote:i would like to enhance saturation during batch conversion. how can i do this?
I'll add this function in a next release!
Regards. Pierre.
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yet?

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Was this ever added?

Thanks.
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Re: yet?

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Guest wrote:Was this ever added?
You can adjust saturation in last version
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Re: enhancing saturation

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There continues to be a vast paucity of assistance for batch operations using NConvert, even after 19 years of patience.

The current/latest text file -help provides:

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-hls h l s        : Adjust Hue Lightness Saturation
If anyone can work out from that line how that command can be used, it would be a magnificence added to the universe.

Anyone?
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And a local Help file :(
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Re: enhancing saturation

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I think you could gain some insight into how to use the NConvert HLS option by experimenting on an image opened in XnView MP Image > Adjust > Enhance colors... and noting the HLS values displayed when you obtain the result you need... :D

Screenshot from 2024-05-31 07-14-50.png

It sems reasonable to expect that values obtained in XnView MP will produce a similar result in NConvert.
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