Re: How to work with enblend/enfuse/smartblend in ptgui
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Lionel" <lionel_drew@...> wrote:
>It may be that you need to manually ad the number of bracketed images.
> 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.
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