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       pfsouthdrhtml - Create a web page with an HDR viewer


       pfsouthdrhtml  [<page_name>]  [--quality  <1-5>]  [--image-dir  <directory_name>] [--page-
       template    <template_file>]    [--image-template    <template_file>]     [--object-output
       <file_name.js>] [--html-output <file_name.html>]


       The  command  creates  in the current directory an HTML web page containing multi-exposure
       HDR viewer. The multi-exposure viewer displays a portion of the  available  dynamic  range
       with  minimum contrast distortions and provides a slider control to move the dynamic range
       window towards brighter or darker tones. The interface is very similar to  pfsview,  which
       is  a pfstools application for displaying HDR images. The web page employs only JavaScript
       and CSS opacity property and does not require Java applets or the Flash plugin. Note  that
       because  this  techniques  encodes  20-60  exposures  using only few images, the displayed
       exposures may not be identical to the exposures that are shown in  pfsview.  For  examples
       and more information, visit

       <page_name>  specifies  the  file name, of the web page to be generated. If <page_name> is
       missing, the file name of the first image with .html extension will be used.

       The command can take as input several images and put them all on the same  web  page.  For
       each image, its file name (from the FILE_NAME tag in the pfsstrem) without extension and a
       leading path will be used as a name for all JavaScript  variables  corresponding  to  that
       image.  If  the filename contains illegal characters (such as space, '-', '[', etc), these
       will be converted to '_'.

       --quality <1-5>, -q <1-5>
              Quality of the interpolated exposures, from the worst (1)  to  the  best  (5).  The
              default  is  2,  which  is  sufficient  for  most applications. Higher quality will
              introduce less distortions in the brightest and the darkest tones,  but  will  also
              generate  more  images.  More images means that there is more data that needs to be
              transferred to the web-browser, making HDR viewer less responsive.

       --image-dir <directory_name>, -d <directory_name>
              Specify where to store the resulting image files. Links to images in HTML  will  be
              updated  accordingly.  This  must  be a relative path and the directory must exist.
              Useful to avoid clutter in the current directory.

       --page-template <template_file>, -p <directory_name>, --image-template <template_file>, -i
              Replaces  the  template files used to generate an HTML web page. The template files
              contain all HTML and JaveScript code with special  keywords  (@keyword@)  that  are
              replaced with image specific data, such as width, height, image base name, etc. The
              default        template        files        can         be         found         in
              INSTALL_DIR/share/pfstools/hdrhtml_default_templ/hdrhtml_*_templ.html.  There is an
              alternative template bundled with pfstools in the hdrhtml_hdrlabs_templ  directory,
              which  contains  many  improvements  and  looks much better but requires additional
              asset files.  The example at the end of this manual shows how  to  use  alternative
              template. More details on how to design own templates can be found in TEMPLATE FILE
              FORMAT below.

       --object-output <file_name.js>, -o <file_name.js>
              Store JavaScript objects (hdr_<base_name>) associated with each image in a separate
              file. This is useful if you want to script creating HTML pages.

       --html-output <file_name.html>, -l <file_name.html>
              Store  HTML  code that shows HDRHTML viewer for each image in a separate file. This
              is useful if you want to script creating HTML pages.


       pfsouthdrhtml     uses     two     template     files     hdrhtml_page_templ.html      and
       hdrhtml_image_templ.html,  located  in INSTALL_DIR/share/pfstools/, to generate a web page
       with an HDR HTML viewer. The 'page' file contains the HTML of the entire web page and  the
       'image'  file  is  used  to paste a viewer code for a single image. You can replace one or
       both these templates with your own using --page-template and --image-template options.

       Each  template  contains  HTML  code  with  additional  keywords  surrounded  by  @  marks
       (@keyword@), which are replaced with HDR HTML specific code. Most of the keywords are self
       explanatory, therefore only the most important are described below.

       @hdr_img_def@ JavaScript objects that must be put in the 'body'
              section before any images. These define all the parameters needed  to  control  HDR
              HTML viewer.

              Pre-computed  array  of opacity coefficients. The same array is used for all images
              that use the same quality setting. Currently only one such array could be used  per
              web-page,  so  images generated with different quality setting cannot be mixed on a
              single web page.

       @image_htmlcode@ or @image_htmlcode[base_name]@
              Inserts HTML code of all images or a single image with the base_name (name with  no
              file  extension) specified as a parameter. This should be put where HDR HTML viewer
              should be located.


       pfsin memorial.hdr | pfshdrhtml memorial_church
              Generates   a   web   page   memorial_church.html   with   a    set    of    images
              memorial_church_*.jpg in the current directory.

       pfsin ~/hdr_images/*.exr | pfssize --maxx 512 --maxy 512 | pfsouthdrhtml hdr_images
              Generate  a  web  page  with  all OpenEXR images from ~/hdr_images/. The images are
              resized so that they are not larger than 512x512.

       templ_dir=$INST_DIR/share/pfstools/hdrhtml_hdrlabs_templ/;  pfsin  img1.hdr   img2.exr   |
       pfssize    -r    0.2    |   pfsouthdrhtml   -p   ${templ_dir}/hdrhtml_page_templ.html   -i
       ${templ_dir}/hdrhtml_image_templ.html test.html && cp -r ${templ_dir}/hdrhtml_assets ./
              The commands above will use an improved template from  instead  of  the
              default  one.  Note  that this template requires html_assets directory to be copied
              manually to the destination directory. Replace $INST_DIR with the  directory  where
              pfstools is installed (/usr/local by default).


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