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SilverFast - The 16bit Histogram

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A histogram is a graphical representation of statistical frequency values. In image processing, it is well suited to represent the tonal distribution of gray or color values. A histogram visualizes the distribution of brightness values ​​of an digital image and allows to predict contrast range and brightness. The histogram is a great tool to recognize and correct typical image errors such as under- and overexposure. Thus, the histogram is one of the most important SilverFast features.

The Histogram in SilverFast SE and SE Plus
In RGB mode, the histogram provides the basic functions for removing color casts, under- and overexposure. With the help of SilverFast's AutoAdjust black point, white point and midtones can be set automatically.
  • Adjustment of black point, white point and midtones
  • Histogram of combined or separated color channels
  • Color Cast Removal

The Histogram in SilverFast Ai Studio
In SilverFast Ai Studio, the 16bit histogram can be detached from the tool dock and enlarged to any width, unique. This way, the finest details can be assessed precisely and breaks in the histogram can be recognized easily. Working with a second monitor is ideal for expanding the histogram to full width.

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SilverFast Ai Studio offers an advanced 16bit histogram with additional expert features.
  • Adjustment of black point, white point and midtones
  • Histogram of combined or separated color channels
  • RGB and CMY mode
  • Additive, separate und transparent display of the color channels
  • Color Cast Removal
  • Color Space Compression


macOS Big Sur 11.0
macOS Catalina 10.15
Windows 10 (64bit)
Windows 8 (64bit)