Luminance HDR

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Qtpfsgui is an open source graphical user interface for [[Pfstools]] that aims to provide a workflow for [[HDR]] imaging.
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'''Luminance HDR''' (originally named ''Qtpfsgui'' prior to version 2.0.0) is {{Glossary|an open source graphical user interface for [[Pfstools]] that aims to provide a workflow for [[HDR]] imaging|1}}.
  
Supported HDR formats:
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Supported HDR formats are:
  
* [[EXR|OpenEXR]] (extension: exr)
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* [[OpenEXR]] (*.exr)
* [[RGBE|Radiance RGBE]] (extension: hdr)
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* [[RGBE|Radiance RGBE]] (*.hdr)
* [[TIFF]] formats: 16bit, 32bit (float) and LogLuv (extension: tiff)
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* [[TIFF]] formats: 16 bit, 32 bit (float) and LogLuv (*.tiff)
* [[RAW]] image formats (extension: various)
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* [[RAW]] image formats (with various extensions)
* [[PFS]] native format (extension: pfs)
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* [[PFS]] native format (*.pfs)
  
Supported [[LDR]] formats:
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Supported low-[[dynamic range]] formats are [[JPEG]], [[PNG]], [[PPM]], [[PBM]] and 8 bit TIFF.
  
* [[JPEG]], [[PNG]], [[PPM]], [[PBM]], TIFF(8 bit)
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Luminance HDR can be used for:
  
Supported features:
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* HDR file creation from a set of either JPEG, 8 and 16 bit TIFF or RAW images from the same scene taken at different exposure settings.
 
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* Loading, rotation, resizing, [[tonemapping]] and saving of HDR images.
* Create an HDR file from a set of images (formats: JPEG, TIFF 8bit and 16bit, RAW) of the same scene taken at different exposure setting.
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* Copying [[EXIF|exif]] data between sets of images.
* Save and load HDR images.
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* Rotate and resize HDR images.
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* [[Tonemapping|Tonemap]] HDR images.
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* Copy [[EXIF|exif]] data between sets of images.
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== Compiling from sources ==
 
== Compiling from sources ==
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Dependencies:
 
Dependencies:
  # sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libexiv2-dev fftw3-dev openexr pkg-config build-essential libtiff-dev libopenexr-dev subversion
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  # sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libexiv2-dev fftw3-dev openexr pkg-config build-essential libtiff-dev libopenexr-dev subversion libgsl0-dev
  
 
Get the source, either the last release
 
Get the source, either the last release
  # wget http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/qtpfsgui/qtpfsgui-1.8.12.tar.gz
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  # wget luminance-2.0-SVN691.tar.gz
  # tar zxvf qtpfsgui-1.8.12.tar.gz
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  # tar zxvf luminance-2.0-SVN691.tar.gz
  # cd qtpfsgui-1.8.12/
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  # cd luminance-2.0-SVN691/
  
 
or the bleeding edge from the subversion repository (tested at revision 181)
 
or the bleeding edge from the subversion repository (tested at revision 181)

Latest revision as of 16:52, 27 August 2011

Luminance HDR (originally named Qtpfsgui prior to version 2.0.0) is an open source graphical user interface for Pfstools that aims to provide a workflow for HDR imaging.

Supported HDR formats are:

  • OpenEXR (*.exr)
  • Radiance RGBE (*.hdr)
  • TIFF formats: 16 bit, 32 bit (float) and LogLuv (*.tiff)
  • RAW image formats (with various extensions)
  • PFS native format (*.pfs)

Supported low-dynamic range formats are JPEG, PNG, PPM, PBM and 8 bit TIFF.

Luminance HDR can be used for:

  • HDR file creation from a set of either JPEG, 8 and 16 bit TIFF or RAW images from the same scene taken at different exposure settings.
  • Loading, rotation, resizing, tonemapping and saving of HDR images.
  • Copying exif data between sets of images.

[edit] Compiling from sources

[edit] ubuntu Linux

Dependencies:

# sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libexiv2-dev fftw3-dev openexr pkg-config build-essential libtiff-dev libopenexr-dev subversion libgsl0-dev

Get the source, either the last release

# wget luminance-2.0-SVN691.tar.gz
# tar zxvf luminance-2.0-SVN691.tar.gz
# cd luminance-2.0-SVN691/

or the bleeding edge from the subversion repository (tested at revision 181)

# svn co https://qtpfsgui.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qtpfsgui qtpfsgui
# cd qtpfsgui/trunk/qtpfsgui

build

# qmake-qt4
# make
# sudo checkinstall

[edit] openSUSE

build

# /usr/bin/qmake
# make
# make install

[edit] External links

Official website: http://qtpfsgui.sourceforge.net/

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