Enblend project is a postprocessing tool for creating panoramic images. After you align image features using a program like Hugin, there are often photometric problems that lead to ugly seams in the final composite.
Enblend blends away these seams using a multiresolution spline. This technique gives good results on both low spatial frequency objects (sky and clouds) and high spatial frequency objects (trees and houses).
- This release introduces Enfuse, a new tool for simplified HDR image creation.
- Enfuse merges differently exposed images into a nice output image, without going through the complex steps of intermediate HDR file creation and tonemapping.
- Enfuse can also be used to create extended depth-of-field focus stacks.
- This release also includes minor feature enhancements and bugfixes for Enblend.