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enfuse - poor man's HDR
enfuse [options] [--output=IMAGE] INPUT...
Fuse INPUT images into a single IMAGE. INPUT... are image filenames or response filenames. Response filenames start with an "@" character. Common options: -V, --version output version information and exit -h, --help print this help message and exit -l, --levels=LEVELS limit number of blending LEVELS to use (1 to 29); negative number of LEVELS decreases maximum; "auto" restores the default automatic maximization -o, --output=FILE write output to FILE; default: "a.tif" -v, --verbose[=LEVEL] verbosely report progress; repeat to increase verbosity or directly set to LEVEL -w, --wrap[=MODE] wrap around image boundary, where MODE is "none", "horizontal", "vertical", or "both"; default: none; without argument the option selects horizontal wrapping --compression=COMPRESSION set compression of output image to COMPRESSION, where COMPRESSION is: "deflate", "jpeg", "lzw", "none", "packbits", for TIFF files and 0 to 100, or "jpeg", "jpeg-arith" for JPEG files, where "jpeg" and "jpeg-arith" accept a compression level --layer-selector=ALGORITHM set the layer selector ALGORITHM; default: "all-layers"; available algorithms are: "all-layers": select all layers in all images; "first-layer": select only first layer in each multi-layer image; "largest-layer": select largest layer in each multi-layer image; "no-layer": do not select any layer from any image; --parameter=KEY1[=VALUE1][:KEY2[=VALUE2][:...]] set one or more KEY-VALUE pairs Extended options: -b BLOCKSIZE image cache BLOCKSIZE in kilobytes; default: 2048KB -c, --ciecam use CIECAM02 to blend colors; disable with "--no-ciecam" --fallback-profile=PROFILE-FILE use the ICC profile from PROFILE-FILE instead of sRGB -d, --depth=DEPTH set the number of bits per channel of the output image, where DEPTH is "8", "16", "32", "r32", or "r64" -g associated-alpha hack for Gimp (before version 2) and Cinepaint -f WIDTHxHEIGHT[+xXOFFSET+yYOFFSET] manually set the size and position of the output image; useful for cropped and shifted input TIFF images, such as those produced by Nona -m CACHESIZE set image CACHESIZE in megabytes; default: 1024MB Fusion options: --exposure-weight=WEIGHT weight given to well-exposed pixels (0 <= WEIGHT <= 1); default: 1 --saturation-weight=WEIGHT weight given to highly-saturated pixels (0 <= WEIGHT <= 1); default: 0.2 --contrast-weight=WEIGHT weight given to pixels in high-contrast neighborhoods (0 <= WEIGHT <= 1); default: 0 --entropy-weight=WEIGHT weight given to pixels in high entropy neighborhoods (0 <= WEIGHT <= 1); default: 0 --exposure-mu=MEAN center also known as MEAN of Gaussian weighting function (0 <= MEAN <= 1); default: 0.5 --exposure-sigma=SIGMA standard deviation of Gaussian weighting function (SIGMA > 0); default: 0.2 --soft-mask average over all masks; this is the default --hard-mask force hard blend masks and no averaging on finest scale; this is especially useful for focus stacks with thin and high contrast features, but leads to increased noise Expert options: --exposure-cutoff=LOWERCUTOFF[:UPPERCUTOFF[:LOWERPROJECTOR[:UPPERPROJECTOR]]] LOWERCUTOFF and UPPERCUTOFF are the values below or above of which pixels are weighted with zero weight in exposure weighting; append "%" signs for relative values; default: 0%:100%:anti-value:value --contrast-window-size=SIZE set window SIZE for local-contrast analysis (SIZE >= 3); default: 5 --gray-projector=PROJECTOR apply gray-scale PROJECTOR in exposure or contrast weighing, where PROJECTOR is one of "anti-value", "average", "l-star", "lightness", "luminance", "pl-star", "value", or "channel-mixer:RED-WEIGHT:GREEN-WEIGHT:BLUE-WEIGHT"; default: "average" --contrast-edge-scale=EDGESCALE[:LCESCALE[:LCEFACTOR]] set scale on which to look for edges; positive LCESCALE switches on local contrast enhancement by LCEFACTOR (EDGESCALE, LCESCALE, LCEFACTOR >= 0); append "%" to LCESCALE for values relative to EDGESCALE; append "%" to LCEFACTOR for relative value; default: 0:0:0 --contrast-min-curvature=CURVATURE minimum CURVATURE for an edge to qualify; append "%" for relative values; default: 0 --entropy-window-size=SIZE set window SIZE for local entropy analysis (SIZE >= 3); default: 3 --entropy-cutoff=LOWERCUTOFF[:UPPERCUTOFF] LOWERCUTOFF is the value below of which pixels are treated as black and UPPERCUTOFF is the value above of which pixels are treated as white in the entropy weighting; append "%" signs for relative values; default: 0%:100% --save-masks[=SOFT-TEMPLATE[:HARD-TEMPLATE]] save weight masks in SOFT-TEMPLATE and HARD-TEMPLATE; conversion chars: "%i": mask index, "%n": mask number, "%p": full path, "%d": dirname, "%b": basename, "%f": filename, "%e": extension; lowercase characters refer to input images uppercase to the output image default: "softmask-%n.tif":"hardmask-%n.tif" --load-masks[=SOFT-TEMPLATE[:HARD-TEMPLATE]] skip calculation of weight maps and use the ones in the files matching the templates instead. These can be either hard or soft masks. For template syntax see "--save-masks"; default: "softmask-%n.tif":"hardmask-%n.tif" Enfuse accepts arguments to any option in uppercase as well as in lowercase letters.
Written by Andrew Mihal and others.
Report bugs at <https://bugs.launchpad.net/enblend>.
Copyright © 2004-2012 Andrew Mihal. License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html> This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
The full documentation for enfuse is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and enfuse programs are properly installed at your site, the command info enfuse should give you access to the complete manual.