Re: Enfuse/Enblend 3.1 universal plus simple batch tool
- Hans Nyberg wrote:
> --- In #email-removed# Pablo dAngelo <pablo.dangelo@...> wrote:I haven't had problems with large panoramas (>300 Megapixel, 16 bit) on my
>> Actually, this needs to be done once a end-user useable version of enblend
>> 3.1 is available.
> The 3.1 works exactly like Enblend has done since I started to use it in 2004,
> Why should that be a problem for testing the performance.
> I tried to point out that at least the Mac version of 3.0 and 3.1 had a memory problem which
> cancelled blending at more than 3000 mb applied but I got no reply about that.
machine (64 bit, Linux).
I guess the OSX binaries are 32 bit ones (at least the Intel part).
32 bit programs cannot access more than 2-3 GB of RAM (I don't know the
actual limitation of OSX, but according to your tests it seems to be around
One needs a 64 bit operating system and applications compiled for 64 bit, in
order to use more than the 3 GB of RAM. I guess this is possible for the
enblend 3.1 release.
> If there are any news in 3.1 which needs testing I need a dokumentation about it.Except for support of other file formats as tiff and the ability to blend
HDR images (although there are still some problems with very high contrast
parts), not a lot has changed in enblend.
P.S. Your comments on how open source sucks do not exactly motivate open
source developers such as me to answer your questions.
- Luca Vascon wrote:
> I'd add Luca Vascon, also does not want to learn!!which is perfectly acceptable since you patiently wait for binaries
and for the icons you teach, you don't need to learn :-)