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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">5&nbsp;June&nbsp;2011</div>
<div class="newstext">
<p><b>WARNING!</b> Critical <a href="https://bugs.launchpad.net/enblend/+bug/787387" target="_blank">bug</a> affects the current repository tip. Released 4.0 tarballs and binaries are not affected. Workaround: use released 4.0 tarballs and/or binaries</p>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">13&nbsp;December,&nbsp;2009</div>
<div class="newstext">
<p>Enblend-enfuse 4.0 <a href="http://groups.google.com/group/hugin-ptx/browse_thread/thread/d124558eabff0e20" target="_blank">released</a>. <a href="http://enblend.hg.sourceforge.net/hgweb/enblend/enblend/file/d394f60f8edf/NEWS" target="_blank">Read</a> what is new. Happy Holidays!</p>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">&nbsp;8&nbsp;September,&nbsp;2009</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 3.2 of Enblend and Enfuse are now available.
<ul>
<li>This is the first official release of Enfuse: a tool for automatic exposure blending and focus stack creation.</li>
<li>Added support for reading JPEG, PNG and
OpenEXR files.</li>
<li>Added support for writing JPEG output files (8 bit only).</li>
<li>Bugfix to correctly interpret the alpha channel of float (HDR)
images.</li>
<li>New --compression option for selecting the compression type of the output image.</li>
<li>This release includes a Windows binary that does not require a SSE2-capable
processor.</li>
<li>There will not be a 3.1 release. This is to
avoid confusion with the numerous CVS snapshot releases that
self-identify as version 3.1.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">27&nbsp;January,&nbsp;2007</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 3.0 of Enblend is now available.
<ul>
<li>New, faster image processing algorithms for computing
Gaussian and Laplacian pyramids.</li>
<li>Optional optimization of seam line placement to try
to avoid mismatches and parallax errors in the image overlap region.</li>
<li>Masks can now be saved and loaded from files. This
makes it possible to manually edit the location of the seam before
multiresolution spline blending is applied.</li>
<li>Checkpointing of partial results is now optional.
This improves speed.</li>
<li>Optional blending using the CIECAM02 color appearance
model. Your TIFF files should have embedded ICC profiles in order to
use this option. This replaces the CIE L*a*b* color blending in Enblend
2.X that never worked properly.</li>
<li>Optional use of the graphics processor to speed up
certain
computations. This feature is experimental and may not work on all
systems.</li>
<li>Like other X.0 releases, please consider this a beta.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">11&nbsp;December,&nbsp;2005</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.5 of Enblend is now available. This release fixes bugs in version 2.4.
<ul>
<li>Fixed a bug where Enblend would crash when the -w
parameter was used.</li>
<li>Fixed a bug where Enblend would sometimes say "mask
transition line bounding box undefined."</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">&nbsp;3&nbsp;December,&nbsp;2005</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.4 of Enblend is now available.<br>
<ul>
<li>Added support for cropped and shifted TIFF files,
such as those produced by Nona.</li>
<li>Enblend will now create output files with embedded
ICC profiles, if a profile is found in one of the input images.</li>
<li>Improved the speed of the mask generation algorithm.</li>
<li>See the <a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?group_id=123407&amp;release_id=375704">complete
release notes</a> at Sourceforge.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">17&nbsp;April,&nbsp;2005</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.3 of
Enblend is now available. This release fixes bugs in version 2.2.
<ul>
<li>The maximum number of levels you can specify with the
-l parameter has been reduced from 30 to 29. While both of these are
impractically large, at least 29 does not lead to arithmetic overflow
and a subsequent crash.</li>
<li>Fixed a bug in temporary file handling in the Windows
version of Enblend. This should solve the "unable to open temporary
file" error.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">&nbsp;5&nbsp;February,&nbsp;2009</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.2 of
Enblend is now available. This release fixes some issues with the
Windows binary. If you are using Enblend on UNIX, you do not need to
upgrade.
<ul>
<li>The Windows version should now run on pre-Win2K
systems.</li>
<li>Support for additional TIFF compression methods such
as Deflate and Packbits is compiled into the Windows binary.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">15&nbsp;November,&nbsp;2009</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.1 of
Enblend is now available. This release fixes bugs in version 2.0.
<ul>
<li>Compression is no longer the default option in
Windows.</li>
<li>TIFF library warning messages have been turned off.</li>
<li>Fixed a bug that caused primary-color spots to appear
in overexposed areas of 16-bpp images.</li>
<li>Fixed a problem with Enblend crashing on large
panoramas.</li>
<li>Ported source to compile natively on Win32 using MSVC.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">&nbsp;8&nbsp;November,&nbsp;2004</div>
<div class="newstext">
Enblend is now
hosted on <a href="http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/enblend">SourceForge</a>.
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">17&nbsp;October,&nbsp;2004</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 2.0 of
Enblend is now available. New features include:
<ul>
<li>Support for signed and unsigned 16-bit, 32-bit,
single- and double-precision floating point pixel types.</li>
<li>No more banding artifacts in the sky, even with 8-bit
images.</li>
<li>Sophisticated memory/disk balancing. You can tell
Enblend how much memory it is allowed to use, and it will swap to disk
after that.</li>
<li>Support for <a href="gigapixel.htm">large
panoramas</a>. I have tested that Enblend can blend a 1.2
gigapixel, 16-bit per channel color image. You should be able to go
right up to 4 gigabyte limit of the TIFF format.</li>
<li>Optional blending in CIE L*a*b* color space.</li>
</ul>
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<div class="news">
<div class="newsdate">23&nbsp;May,&nbsp;2004</div>
<div class="newstext">
Version 1.3 of
Enblend is now available. This update fixes issues on big-endian
architectures. If you are using a little-endian machine you do not need
to update.
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<p>Older news are lost in time.</p>