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luminance-hdr-cli - Luminance HDR command line version


luminance-hdr-cli [OPTIONS]... [INPUTFILES]...


Commandline interface to luminance-hdr-cli.

-h --help
Display this help.

-v --verbose
Print more messages during execution.

-a --align AIS|MTB
Align Engine to use during HDR creation (default: no alignment).

-d --savealigned prefix Save aligned images to files which names start with prefix

-e --ev EV1,EV2,...
Specify numerical EV values (as many as INPUTFILES).

-c --config
HDR creation config. Possible values:

(Default is weight=triangular:response_curve=linear:model=debevec)

-l --load HDR_FILE
Load an HDR instead of creating a new one.

-s --save HDR_FILE
Save to a HDR file format. (default: don't save)

-g --gamma VALUE
Gamma value to use during tone mapping. (default: 1)

-r --resize VALUE
Width you want to resize your HDR to (resized before gamma and tone mapping)

-t --tmo
Tone mapping operator. Legal values are:

(Default is mantiuk06)

-p --tmoptions
Tone mapping operator options. Legal values are:

alpha=VALUE:beta=VALUE:color=VALUE:noise=VALUE:new=true|false (for fattal)
contrast=VALUE:saturation=VALUE:detail=VALUE:equalization=true|false (for
(for mantiuk08) localcontrast=VALUE:eq=2|4:simple=true|false (for ashikhmin)
sigma_s=VALUE:sigma_r=VALUE:base=VALUE (for durand) bias=VALUE (for drago)
local=true|false:autolum=true|false:cone=VALUE:rod=VALUE:multiplier=VALUE (for
pattanaik) scales=true|false:key=VALUE:phi=VALUE:num=VALUE:low=VALUE:high=VALUE
(for reinhard02) brightness=VALUE:chroma=VALUE:lightness=VALUE (for reinhard05)
(default is contrast=0.3:equalization=false:saturation=1.8, see also -o)

-o --output LDR_FILE
File name you want to save your tone mapped LDR to.

-q --quality VALUE
Quality of the saved tone mapped file (0-100).

-b --autoag THRESHOLD
Enable auto anti-ghosting with given threshold. (No tonemapping is performed
unless -o is specified).

You must either load an existing HDR file (via the -l option) or specify INPUTFILES to
create a new HDR.

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