--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
, "Lionel" <lionel_drew@...> wrote:
> Wow, lots of feedback, thanks! I'm a little concerned this is off topic for this forum, but I really need and appreciate the help. If this is the wrong forum, please let me know!
> Thanks for the link, I'll try it. And thanks for your focus stacking guidance, nice and specific!
> I am still running Mac OS X 10.5.8, will be upgrading in the next few weeks.
> I created .tiff from Adobe Camera Raw, so hopefully that's not the problem. The files did show up in EnfuseGUI.
It may be that you need to manually ad the number of bracketed images.
If one single image has a different EXIF they will not automatically set the number , for example if you shoot 3 bracketed you then need to set the number.
The same will happen if you happen to ad one extra image.
If correct all images are automatically divided in sets.
> I will open a fresh thread for my problem, thanks again.
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Peter Nyfeler <peter.nyfeler@> wrote:
> > Hi Lionel
> > Am 19.08.12 05:15, schrieb Lionel:
> > > 1. Do you know where I can get information about configuring EnfuseGUI for Mac OS X - I need to find out how to tell EnfuseGUI where the Enfuse executable is, or where I should put it so EnfuseGUI finds it anyway. I've installed EnfuseGUI, but attempts to enfuse some images (HDR) fail - and I believe it's because the GUI does not find the Enfuse executable.
> > >
> > As Hans said no configuration needed.
> > Probably it's a problem with file format.
> > I develop my tif's with Nikon Capture NX2.
> > These tif's are not readable with enfuseGui.
> > I have to resave them with Photoshop to make
> > them readable. It has something to do with the
> > included preview file saved in the Nikon tif format.
> > HTH
> > Best regards
> > Peter