Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: A "Wikified" HDR software overview
- Hello Jac,
AutoPano Pro has built-n HDR functionality but it is a stitcher in the
first hand. If you take a look at the listed features in the overview,
you will notice that it doesn't make much sense to include AutoPano.
There are several other panorama-related applications that are
HDR-capable: Hugin/nona can stitch HDR, enblend can blend them.
Also, there are several applications available that don't run under
Windows but would deserve to be mentioned in the overview: e.g.
Radiance, Cinepaint (Film Gimp) and several others.
Everyone is welcome to complete the overview by adding missing
>> Because most of the mentioned software packagages still undergo massive
>> development, I'd like to see this overview as community experiment,
>> inviting everbody to amend and complete the lists, to stay up to date...
> It seems you don't know AutoPano Pro
> It is the only stitching software I know which support HDR.
> It's worth have a look.