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This help is written very strangely according to the rest of help. It seems that they combined binary (Bit 0, 1, 2 = normally contains in binary only 0 or 1) and hexadecimal content (0/1, 0/2, 0/4) = maybe if you sum these hexa numbers depending on your choice you get number to write into .reg file. Co your choice is 0 + 2 + 4 = 6. But this is nowhere described and using word "bit" is confusing. Also in a help of "UseMMappedIO" they explain like it is only binary :-( :
bit field:

  • bits 0-7: thumbnail reader parameters
  • bits 8-15: full-size image reader parameters.

lowest bit in each 8-bit set defines RAW reading, other bits are reserved for future (JPEG, PNG,TIFF, etc).
UseMMapedIO script will set all bits to 1, NoMMapedIO wil revert these bits back to zero