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I have just downloaded and compiled the new (3.2) release of enblend-enfuse. I am hoping to use it to blend some panoramas I have taken, but I am not sure which program to use. The reason I compiled the latest version is because I had heard that enfuse was better than enblend at correcting for exposure variations between images. I have tried both on a panorama I built with hugin and can't quite get a good result with either.
If I use enblend, I get good blending but there is exposure banding in the image; if I use enfuse, I get good exposure consistency but there are blurred areas in the image.
Is there a way to use the two together to get the best of both worlds??