Provided by: libpano13-bin_2.9.19+dfsg-3_amd64
PTmasker - Compute stitching masks
PTmasker [options] tiff_file(s)
PTmasker computes stitching masks. It implements the ability to increase depth-of-field by stacking images.
-p prefix Prefix for output files (defaults to masked%4d). -e feather Size of the feather (defaults to zero). -f Force processing (do not stop on warnings). -x Delete source files (use with care). -q Quiet run. -h Output help summary. -z Enable Extended depth of field. -m Focus estimation mask type. 0 hard-edged masks, mutually exclusive 1 hard-edged masks, stack of nested masks 2 blended masks, stack of nested masks 2 is default and strongly recommended: This option includes a smoothing computation that seems to help a lot. -w integer Focus estimation window size. Only available if -z. Recommended value is 0.51001114526f image width, e.g. 4 pixels for an 800-pixel image. Computation cost for focus estimation increases proportional to N^2. Defaults to w4. -s integer Smoothing window size. Only available if -z. Recommended value is 0.50f image width, e.g. 4 pixels for an 800-pixel image. Computation cost for focus estimation increases proportional to N^2. Defaults to w4.
Panorama Tools was originally created by Professor Helmut Dersch, it's now maintained by Bruno Postle <firstname.lastname@example.org>. PTmasker was written by Daniel M German <email@example.com>. This manpage was written by Cyril Brulebois <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is licensed under the same terms as the libpano13 package itself.