enfuse_pro plugin - cross-platform compatible


(Hevii Guy) #62

Happy New Year, Seb.

I’m using “Hugin Stitch Project” to pull in the enfuse and align_image_stack executables. My locations are as follows:

  • exiftool: /usr/local/bin/exiftool
  • enfuse: /Applications/Hugin/HuginStitchProject.app/Contents/Hugin/enfuse
  • align_image_stack: /Applications/Hugin/HuginStitchProject.app/Contents/Hugin/align_image_stack

(Seb) #63

What an idiot : Happy new year to you guys as well. All the best for this year to come :slight_smile:

I’ll test these path in a sec and let you know ! Thanks a lot for the lightning fast response :slight_smile:

(Hevii Guy) #64

In order to run darktable from the terminal, enter the following (in Terminal):

/Applications/darktable.app/Contents/MacOS/darktable -d lua

(Seb) #65

Ok. Works better that way indeed. Thanks a lot !

Also with Hugin, it exports and start it but then complains immediately that the project refer to images that are not found :

Screenshot 2019-01-08 at 21.07.20.png

However the exported tif are indeed in that /private/var/blah_blah/T/
I’m drifting a bit from Enfuse, sorry.

Thanks :blush:

(Seb) #66

Ok, my drive is still NTFS… I’ll address that.

(Hevii Guy) #67

Perhaps because the external HDD is formatted as NTFS? If so, have a look here or here

(Seb) #68

Yep was that, and fixed now. thanks :slight_smile: