TuFuse 1.20: Auto-bracketing

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TuFuse 1.20: Auto-bracketing

Post by maxlyons » Wed Feb 20, 2008 10:02 pm

I've just updated TuFuse to version 1.20.

This version adds a new feature called "auto-bracketing". When auto-bracketing is used, TuFuse creates a temporary lighter and darker version of each input image (adjusted by a user defined number of stops) and then fuses the three images (original, lighter, darker) into a single result. The resulting image is one in which shadows are brightened and highlights are darkened. If auto-bracketing is invoked, TuFuse only needs a single image as input. This technique (blending multiple versions of a single image) is sometimes known as "fake HDR" or "pseudo HDR".

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Of course, there's no such thing as a free lunch. You are better off starting with multiple images taken at different exposures: better detail in shadows/highlights, less noise, etc. But, auto-bracketing can help brighten shadows and darken highlights when only a single image was captured.

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Post by Terrywoodenpic » Thu Feb 21, 2008 5:24 am

If we are using Tufuse through PTAssembler do we redownload PTAssembler or do we Just down load the new Tufuse.

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Post by Wolverine@MSU » Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:36 am

Would we need to invoke TFuse from the command line, or is there some way in PTA to do the "pseudo HDR" thing?

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Post by maxlyons » Thu Feb 21, 2008 9:10 am

Wolverine@MSU wrote:Would we need to invoke TFuse from the command line, or is there some way in PTA to do the "pseudo HDR" thing?
Currently, there is no feature in PTAssembler to invoke TuFuse to produce "presudo HDR" images, so you should invoke TuFuse from the command line.
do we redownload PTAssembler or do we Just down load the new Tufuse.
PTAssembler has (yet) not been updated with the latest version of TuFuse, so you should download TuFuse.

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Post by maxlyons » Thu Feb 21, 2008 9:57 am

I've just updated TuFuse to version 1.21, which includes the following changes:

* Allow for non-integer stops when using auto-bracketing
* Fixed handling of 16 bit/3 channel files

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Re: TuFuse 1.20: Auto-bracketing

Post by Gogi22 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:09 am

version 2.5.4 now, even with batch support, great !





















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Re: TuFuse 1.20: Auto-bracketing

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