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While it's obviously nowhere near automatic, you can always just take a photo of your hand (or anything else suitably distinctive) between each series.


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With the correct referencing (which is very easy to do) Creative commons and other "copyleft" licensed works can be used (depending on your use and the specific license). Google offers a tool for searching based on usage rights. Another good place to start is Wikimedia Commons where all the images and content is either public domain or licensed under ...


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JPEG2000, and you may also want to look at OpenEXR because it is supported by video hardware.


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The maximum dynamic range of a linear 8-bit encoding is only 8 stops, however the dynamic range you can store with a nonlinear encoding is limitless. Thus I would suggest you apply a strong tonecurve to the images and then you can use standard JPEG without losing dynamic range. When you want to use the original images, convert them to 16-bit and apply the ...


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It sounds like what you're looking for is JPEG2000. It has a range of options including a 16-bit lossy compression and better compression ratios than JPEG. It hasn't been as widely adopted as hoped (for a host of reasons) and may have some patent issues that might make it difficult to use in certain situations but otherwise it fits your needs. Personally ...


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You could turn on the "Active D-Lighting" feature in the setting to boost the dynamic range a bit.



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