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NAME

       pfsinme - Read image files containing multiple exposures to be merged into an HDR image

SYNOPSIS

       pfsinme <file> [<file>]

DESCRIPTION

       Use  this program to read multiple exposure JPEG or RAW images. The output of this command
       should be piped to pfshdrcalibrate to recover a camera response or merge  images  into  an
       HDR image.

       All listed files must be the same type, that is mixing JPEG and RAW images is not allowed.
       You can use wildcards.

       This command is a convenience wrapper for jpeg2hdrgen, dcraw2hdrgen and pfsinhdrgen, which
       skips the step of generating an hdrgen file

EXAMPLES

       pfsinme *.jpg | pfsrotate -r | pfshdrcalibrate -s response.m -v

              Read  all  JPEG  images in the current directory, rotate them and merge into an HDR
              image

SEE ALSO

       pfshdrcalibrate(1) jpeg2hdrgen(1) dcraw2hdrgen(1) pfsinhdrgen(1)

BUGS

       The command cannot handle files with a space in the file name because of  the  pfsinhdrgen
       limitation.

       Please   report   bugs   and   comments   on   implementation   to  the  discussion  group
       http://groups.google.com/group/pfstools

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