HDR (High Dynamic Range) image generator and tone mapping utility designed to provide a simple to use and intuitive interface that even beginners can use
The easyHDR app makes it very easy and quick to generate HDR images out of a series og photos that were taken using a variety of exposure settings for the same subject.
easyHDR can also be successfully used to align photos that were shot without using a tripod.
Furthermore, one can also manually adjust rotation, scale shift and perspective misalignments for a set of photos.
Once you have fixed the positioning errors in your pictures, you will also be able to add one of the image filters from the vast collection of built-in ones.
What's more, while using easyHDR to generate your High Dynamic Range photos you can import almost all RAW image formats, as well as TIFF, Radiance RGBE, JPEG and FITST pictures.
On top of all that, easyHDR also comes with batch processing, that enables you to process tens and hundreds of images at a time, thus making sure that you won't waste precious time going through the same workflow for each and every image.
Here are some key features of "easyHDR":
- Tone mapping engine
- RAW or JPEG image enhancer
- Adobe Lightroom plugin
- Cross-platform (Mac OS X and Windows)
- Multiplatform - works on Windows and Mac OS X.
- Correcting white balance during tone mapping, or in case of RAWs, also at
- Live preview
- Manual and automatic image alignment
- Ghost removal tool
- Built-in noise removal filters.
- Batch processing
- Support for color management
- 64-bit processor
- At least 2GB of RAM, but 4GB is recommended.
- At least 1 GB of free disk space, but for 16MPix, three-photo HDR sequences even 0.5 GB would be enough.
- CPU with SSE2 suppor
- Adds watermarks to all output photos
- Saving in TIFF format is disabled
- Nag screen
- New features:
- Custom rotate tool (combined with crop tool) - allows free rotation with sub-degree precision (hold Shift key to rotate with mouse),
- Batch processing: possibility to apply multiple tone mappings to tasks (using several selected presets),
- Possibility to group user presets in separate, user-defined folders,
- Possibility to break while preparing for tone mapping,
- Option to resize photo on save (only in case of JPEG),
- Option to disable auto histogram clipping for batch tasks - may be useful when processing frames of a movie,
- Added possibility to choose which RAW image to preview, out of those selected for loading,
- Double click on workspace to toggle zooming: fit to screen, or 100% zoom showing clicked area,
- Option to maximize workspace area by hiding tool, status and title bars (press F11 key or choose option from main menu).
- Improved sliders: they look better; they are wider because the spin box and default button are h...