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Editing HDR cube textures

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Photoshop CS2 can edit HDR data. It doesn't have all of the filters that it has for 8 bit per channel data, but at least it gets the job done.

There are two separate DDS plug-ins for Photoshop; the NVIDIA plug-in (part of their Texture Tools) which is very feature rich, but may not support HDR (I haven't checked in a while); and the DirectX SDK DDS plug-in which explicitly supports HDR, but has less other features.

Note that you can get a 30 day free trial download of Photoshop from Adobe's web site, so you can use this for a while, if you don't already have PS. However, if you're going to be doing a lot of image editing, you owe it to yourself to find the money somewhere to buy it. If you're in school, there's probably educational discounts; if you work, just don't have any Starbucks for a few months :-)

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