On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 12:31 AM, Stefan Peter <s_peter@...
> Am 16.05.2011 06:07, schrieb Zack Weinberg:
>> I have a whole bunch of trios of exposure-bracketed raw images taken
>> with a handheld camera; I want to merge them for better apparent
>> dynamic range (using "enfuse") but because they were taken handheld, I
>> need to realign them first. I try to do this with "hugin". I've got
>> the images loaded into a stack (is putting them in the same stack
>> necessary?) and their positions optimized fine, but no matter what
>> combinations of tickyboxes I select in the Stitcher tab, I get output
>> image(s) that are *either* dynamic-range fused *or* aligned, but never
>> both. Help?
> Assuming that you have put your groups of images into stacks already,
> the next step is to select all images in the "Images" tab and uncheck
> the "Link" tickmark for them. Of course, you will have to optimize
> again, it may even be necessary to add a couple of control points.
Already did that. I get a "A-B.tif" output that is properly aligned
but not exposure-fused, and a "A-B_fused.tif" that is exposure-fused