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After scanning a series of negatives, I ended up with a large multipage TIFF file. Apparently Lightroom (I have ver. 3.6) only recognize the first image. Is there a way to handle multipage TIFF directly from Lightroom?

Edit: I have found the following question on SuperUser which is not exactly promising...

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You could use ImageMagick to convert the tiff to multiple files then they will open fine in Lightroom

convert multipage.tif single%d.tif
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Sorry @Rob, for some reason I had missed your reply. In the meanwhile, I had already decided for the "ImageMagick route". – Francesco Sep 5 '13 at 8:34
    
No problem - so is this the correct answer? – Rob Sep 5 '13 at 13:17
    
It is the best solution that I found until now, so it answers indirectly the question about LR support. – Francesco Sep 5 '13 at 13:38

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