This release introduces Enfuse - a new tool for simplified HDR image creation. Enfuse merges differently exposed images into a nice output image, without going through the complex steps of intermediate HDR file creation and tonemapping. Enfuse can also be used to create extended depth-of-field focus stacks.
This release also includes minor feature enhancements and bugfixes for Enblend.
This release fixes bugs in version 2.4. An error when using the -w parameter has been fixed, as well as an error where Enblend would say "mask transition line bounding box undefined."
This release adds a few new features. Enblend now supports the cropped and shifted TIFF files produced by Nona's "Multiple TIFF" stitching option. Also, ICC profile data in the input images is preserved in the output file. Finally, some minor speed improvements have been made to the mask generation algorithm.
This release fixes bugs in the 2.2 release. The number of levels you can specify with the -l parameter has been reduced from 30 to 29 to avoid an arithmetic overflow. Also, on the Windows version of Enblend, improved handling of temporary files should fix the "unable to open temporary file" bug.
This release fixes some minor issues with the Windows bulid. Enblend should now run on pre-Win2K systems. The pre-built binary now includes support for additional TIFF compression methods such as Deflate and Packbits. If you are using Enblend on UNIX, you do not need to upgrade.
Enblend 2.1 fixes several issues since the last release, including primary-colored spot artifacts, unwanted interactive TIFF warnings, and problems with very large panoramas. Also, we now have a native Win32 port compiled with MSVC.