About

pfstmo package contains the implementation of state-of-the-art tone mapping operators. The motivation here is to provide an implementation of tone mapping operators suitable for convenient processing of both static images and animations.

The package currently contains the following operators:

The old project web page with more information can be found here.

News

pfscalibration 1.6 releasedSat, 16 Nov 2013 14:02:13 -0000

This release adds a new command, pfsalign, for aligning multiple exposures using homographic transformation. The command uses a similar feature-point based method as most panorama stitching software. The command requires OpenCV library to compile.

pfstmo 1.5 releasedMon, 25 Jun 2012 13:14:48 -0000

Besides numerous bug fixes, this revision contains a more accurate
solver for fattal02 and improved video filtering in mantiuk08. The new
solver should make the results of fattal02 closer to the algorithm
presented in the original paper. This, however, also radiaclly changes
the look of the results produced by this operator. The new temporal
filtering in mantiuk08 does not require two-pass processing, allows to
specify the frame-rate (one of three pre-defined), and reduces some
artifacts of previous filtering.

pfstools 1.8.3 releasedWed, 23 Mar 2011 10:20:48 -0000

This realease brings an updated "pfsview", which is now 100% QT4
application. Some cosmetic problems as well as "Fit window to content"
have been fixed. Other minor fixes are listed below.

* fixed: pfsdisplayfunction properly interpolates display LUT
* fixed: bug #3080304 - configure uses non-portable test(1) syntax
* fixed: bug #1766263 - pfsinhdrgen fails silently on pfsin failure. - partially
* fixed: pfsview the entire code converted from qt3 to qt4 (fixes bug #3127946)
* fixed: "Fit window to content" works again in pfsview
* added: window icon in pfsview
* added: improved image file saving in pfsview

pfscalibration 1.5 releasedFri, 11 Mar 2011 11:01:35 -0000

This release of pfscalibration fixes many issues with handling RAW (more than 8-bit) images. Robertson's algorithm should produce less banding. Mitsunaga and Nayar's algorithm is still broken. Two new scripts have been added: pfsinme - to skip generating an intermediate hdrgen file; and pfsplotresponse - for plotting camera response functions.