HDRMerge status update

(Colin Paul Adams) #21

Since darktable has a built-in facility for creating an HDR DNG from multiple RAWs, is there a need for this?

(Carmelo Dr Raw) #22

Does DT also support automatic alignment of handheld shots?

Anyhow, the need is there for all those who do not use DT… :wink:

(Colin Paul Adams) #23

The need to import into DT is not needed for those who do not use DT. Which
was the subject in hand.
However, I do not believe DT supports automatic alignment, so I guess there
is a need.

(Mica) #24

Note that Darktable can’t process the DNGs from HDRmerge since it uses floating point data.

(Ingo Weyrich) #25

(Morgan Hardwood) #26

I don’t think that’s possible, it’s raw in raw out.

darktable cannot read raw files from HDRMerge not because they are floating-point but because they are deflate-compressed and tiled (that’s not a bad thing, quite the opposite, it just needs to be supported).

(Ingo Weyrich) #27

iirc the only correction which lensfun applies to raw data is ca-correction

(Ingo Weyrich) #28

and because they are tiled

(Helder Vicente) #29

@Morgan_Hardwood Hello, i created a topic for a request to include SuperResolution.

Would be a great feature to add (and not too difficult from what i understand).

Thank you for all the hard work and development done.
Wishes of a pleasant week.

(Mica) #30

I’d be happy to add the super resolution to github if anyone would like that, @heckflosse @Carmelo_DrRaw

(Ingo Weyrich) #31

You mean a pr or open an issue about that? Both are welcome of course.

(Mica) #32

An issue, sadly I’m not skilled enough for a PR. :stuck_out_tongue:

(Helder Vicente) #33

If the SuperResolution is added would be great.

This would make the HDR/SuperResolution workflow cleaner and way faster than anything else out there.
Plus it would be the only software(that i know), that creates a SuperResolution RAW output.

(Morgan Hardwood) split this topic #34

A post was merged into an existing topic: [Feature request] SuperResolution