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    Saving HDR merge to JPG

    How do you do it in CS4?

    I have blended some images but the only 'save as' options seem to be PSD, TIFF and a couple of others.
    There doesn't seem to be an option to save as JPG for web display?

    Can anybody point me in the right direction?
    Surely I've missed something simple!

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    G'day Paul, I'm making an assumption here, have you flattened your layers? if not it will only save in a format that supports layers. Well that's what happens in CS3.
    Cheers David.

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    Yeah pretty sure I flattened the image David. It was either that or 'merge visible'. To me they both seem to do the same thing?

    Still no luck though.

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    your file is not 8-bit. JPG is an 8bit format. Go to image>mode> and change it to 8bit and it will save as JPG.
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    Thanks Rick! That did the the trick. 32 bit down to 8 bit

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    You're welcome. Glad to be able to help!

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