hdrff

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hdrff is a modular shell script (bash) for automatic processing of HDR image-sequences. It supports the complete workflow from downloading the images to the harddisk, aligning, HDR-creation and tonemapping.

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  • elliottcb
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    I picked up the original script with "Linux User" and am delighted with the results. This script frees me from 60-70% of the Fleissarbeit (drudge work) involved in creating large numbers of HDR Panoramas. I am even more delighted to find that it is being maintained; I had a batch that generated fails and the new script does not produce the errors in question. I might request a couple of features, assuming I have not simply missed them. Deletion of the temporary files would be a big help. Also, moving of the processed raw files along with their JPG copies to a "used" directory so as to leave any ungrouped pictures behind would be helpful. My ideal work-flow would end up with the output files back in with the rest of that day's work and the used HDR exposures separated out into a "Parts" directory and no intermediates lying around. I am so pleased with this script that I might add these features myself. It's very close to perfect and these are just personal preferences.

    Posted 10/26/2010
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Unix Shell

Registered

2010-09-28
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