I have just uploaded a sample image as requested - that is 7 individual images (6 bands plus the ILS) and one multi-page TIF of the 6 bands processed using PixelWrench and your suggested workflow for processing Tetracam data.
Here is also an extract from some correspondence from Tetracam on the image format I had in the past:
"When you open a 10 bit RAW or DCM image in PW2 it is presented on screen as a 24 bit image (due to limitations of the Microsoft GDI+ display environment).
24 bits = 3 bitplanes of 8 bits each. To preserve 1024 levels of data we encode into 24 bit space;
1. Modulo division of input pixel value by 4, keep the remainder.
2. Write the quotient to the green and red bitplanes.
3. Write (quotient – remainder) to the blue bitplane.
This displays the image as monochrome with a maximum difference on the blue bitplane of –3.
To extract the original 10 bit input from this scheme;
1. Read green value.
2. Read blue value and subtract from green (results in 0 to 3)
3. Multiply green x 4 and add the difference (from above).
The pixel ordering of an RGB image is b-g-r so you need to tell your output program how to interpret what it’s reading. If you are able to get RGB samples directly then just perform the math above to reconstruct to 10 bit."
In the past, I have separately processed the imagery an additional step (as above) to a 10-bit monochrome TIF across the 6 bands (actually saved as 16-bit) bit format to process in the SfM software we were using at that time…but I am hoping you can solve this to allow direct import of the imagery and allow us to utilise the full colour depth of 10-bit data.
Cheers for your attention on this issue