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    Is there a thermal image plug-in for Photoshop

    Does anyone know of a plugin for Photoshop that will allow the reading of the extended camera and thermography data in a FLIR camera JPEG file?

    FLIR IR JPEG's can be read by any common imaging app but this only provides the most basic EXIF data and FLIR embeds the other information from the camera in - what I assume - a proprietary format which is ignored.

    This is a long shot and I suspect if one exists it will be licensed and for a hefty price. FLIR has a free software that reads their files but doesn't allow for a great image library setup. I'm hoping to put together a Photoshop action that would allow me to automate the file processing based on embedded keywords in the FLIR image.
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    (What? FaceLift Image Replacement?)
    (I know it's not.)

    I guess you've hunted about. Did you try a search on "FLIR DATA", and look at THIS and then THIS ONE.

    Whether they are for Photoshop or for free???
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    What? FaceLift Image Replacement? - Yes, that threw me to

    Hadn't looked at the second link but been all over the FLIR site information. Also I hadn't tried "FLIR DATA" as the search words. Think I'll spend more time on Google. Thanks.

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    Problem solved. Turns out the metadata is in viewable ASCII text within the JPEG binary. So a little bit of script and I can now extract it.

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