pfstmo is a library of the state-of-the-art tone mapping operators, incorporated into pfstools. It provides an implementation of tone mapping operators suitable for convenient processing of both static images and video.

The package currently contains the following operators:

You can check the results for all those operators in the gallery.

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


pfstools 2.0.2 releasedSun, 15 Mar 2015 13:01:47 -0000

pfstools 2.0.2 is a minor release, which fixes several issues in the cmake files and in the documentation.

pfstools 2.0.1 releasedSat, 07 Feb 2015 10:47:27 -0000

This version contains two major changes as compared with 1.9.x: 1) pfstools now include all "tools" from pfstmo and pfscalibration in one package so there is no need to install and compile them separately, which should save time; and 2) the build system has been changed from automake to cmake. This should make it easier to compile pfstools on different platforms.

This version adds also a new tone-mapping operator (mai11) and a number of bug fixes and minor improvements. Refer to the change log below.

2.0.1 is a minor release, which adds a new tone-mapping operator - pfstmo_ferradans11.

pfstools 1.9.0 releasedWed, 17 Sep 2014 15:51:32 -0000

This release brings two major changes: The way the Radiance RGBE files
are handled has been altered to be compatible with most of the
software; and this is the first release with CMake build
system. Although automake files are still supported, that support will
be dropped in future releases. Other changes include two new tools:
pfsretime and pfscolortransform, performance improvements and bug

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.