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If '''Exposure fused stacks''' is enabled then hugin will output exposure fused stacks from highly overlapping images.
 
If '''Exposure fused stacks''' is enabled then hugin will output exposure fused stacks from highly overlapping images.
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An output file is created for each stack of exposure bracketed images.  These can then be blended into a panorama later.
  
 
== High dynamic range merged stacks ==
 
== High dynamic range merged stacks ==
  
 
If '''High dynamic range merged stacks''' is enabled then hugin will output remapped, high dynamic range merged stacks from highly overlapped images.
 
If '''High dynamic range merged stacks''' is enabled then hugin will output remapped, high dynamic range merged stacks from highly overlapped images.
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Similar to the '''Exposure fused stacks''' parameter above but the output files are in '''EXR''' format, a high dynamic-range (HDR) image file format.
  
 
= Layers =
 
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If '''Blended layers of similar exposure, without exposure correction''' is enabled then hugin will output a complete blended panorama for each exposure step.  This is useful for manual contrast blending in an image editor.
 
If '''Blended layers of similar exposure, without exposure correction''' is enabled then hugin will output a complete blended panorama for each exposure step.  This is useful for manual contrast blending in an image editor.
  
An output file is created for each exposure level (EV) that was used when taking the images.
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An output file is created for each exposure level (EV) that was used when taking the images.  This parameter is used in conjunction with '''Exposure fused from any arrangement''' under '''Panorama Outputs'''.

Latest revision as of 03:03, 26 April 2013

In case you missed some of these parameters as they were discussed under the Panorama Outputs section here is some direct reference to the other parameters under the Stitcher tab. Please reread the Panorama Outputs section again with these parameters in mind.

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[edit] Remapped Images

Hugin can output many intermediate files if you are interested in doing additional post processing in an image editor, or using enblend and enfuse. The following options determine which kind of images are created.

[edit] Exposure corrected, low dynamic range

If Exposure corrected, low dynamic range is enabled then hugin will output remapped, exposure corrected intermediate images that are used by enblend as input. This is useful for manual blending of an exposure corrected panorama.

An output file is created for each input image in the panorama. This parameter can be used with or without the Exposure ... parameters under Panorama Outputs.

[edit] No exposure correction, low dynamic range

If No exposure correction, low dynamic range is enabled then hugin will output remapped images with unmodified exposures; these are the intermediate images supplied to enblend and enfuse. An output file is created for each input image in the panorama. This is useful for manual exposure fusing.

An output file is created for each input image in the panorama. This parameter can be used with or without the Exposure ... parameters under Panorama Outputs.

[edit] High dynamic range

If High dynamic range is enabled then hugin will produce remapped, but not merged, linear color space images.

An output file is created for each input image in the stack. This parameter can be used with or without the same named parameter under Panorama Outputs.

[edit] Combined stacks

[edit] Exposure fused stacks

If Exposure fused stacks is enabled then hugin will output exposure fused stacks from highly overlapping images.

An output file is created for each stack of exposure bracketed images. These can then be blended into a panorama later.

[edit] High dynamic range merged stacks

If High dynamic range merged stacks is enabled then hugin will output remapped, high dynamic range merged stacks from highly overlapped images.

Similar to the Exposure fused stacks parameter above but the output files are in EXR format, a high dynamic-range (HDR) image file format.

[edit] Layers

[edit] Blended layers of similar exposure, without exposure correction

If Blended layers of similar exposure, without exposure correction is enabled then hugin will output a complete blended panorama for each exposure step. This is useful for manual contrast blending in an image editor.

An output file is created for each exposure level (EV) that was used when taking the images. This parameter is used in conjunction with Exposure fused from any arrangement under Panorama Outputs.

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