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Revision 1.16, Thu Apr 7 09:38:43 2016 UTC (3 years, 7 months ago) by adam
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Changes since 1.15: +6 -9
- All deprecated options and features of version 4.1 have been
- Enblend and Enfuse support layer (aka "page", aka "frame") selection
in of multi-layer image-files. This includes processing any layers
in user-defined order.
- Both Enblend and Enfuse can now perform all their pyramidal blending
operations in CIELAB (aka L*a*b*, aka L-star) and CIELUV (aka
L*u*v*) color spaces, too. See section "New Commandline Options",
The previous default, CIECAM for input images with ICC-profile has
been changed to CIELUV. The default for RGB images without
ICC-profile remains. However, the new default for floating-point
image data is to use the RGB-cube, no matter whether the images come
with profiles or not.
- The new Graph-Cut algorithm is the default primary seam-line
- Avoid a division-by-zero in the Annealing Optimizer.
- Fix a bug (1356551) in the seam-line vectorization code that was
there since 2004. The fix changes the position of almost any
coarse-mask seam line vertex by one pixel.
- Fix a longstanding quirk, which allowed to load masks into Enblend
and Enfuse that were unsuitable for processing.
- Fix a bug in the highlight-recovery that caused Enfuse to bail out
with the uncaught exception
"Minimizer1D::set_bracket: minimum not bracketed".
- The OpenMP enabled versions of Enblend and Enfuse benefit from
Google's TCMalloc library.
- Several exposure weight functions were added to Enfuse. The choice
is now up to the user. The default still is the Gauss function as
in all Enfuse versions before.