Very nice, Christoph.
Combining the Exposure and Curves settings allows your program to have more
control over HDR images than even HDR shop does!
How about an Exposure slider? Also an undo feature would be nice
in the curves editor :)
When I first open the program, and load an HDR image (the Exposure
contol is checked), it appears totally black, even though Exposure and Gain
are both at 1.000. I have to set the Exposure and Gain to 10.000, then back
to 1.000 to get an image.
"Christoph Hormann" <chr### [at] gmxde> wrote in message
> I have made a new version of my image manipulation program
> HCR-Edit is a windows program for post processing images and has the
> capability to deal with images of more than 8 bit color depth per
> channel. New features in this version are:
> * support for reading and writing HDR high dynamic range images.
> * support for reading raw float data.
> * support for writing binary and ASCII float data.
> * exposure adjustments.
> * normalizing function.
> * various other improvements and fixes.
> POV-Ray tutorials, include files, Sim-POV,
> HCR-Edit and more: http://www.tu-bs.de/~y0013390/
> Last updated 28 Feb. 2003 _____./\/^>_*_<^\/\.______
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