[Digikam-users] Exposure Blending tool finalization...

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Wed Dec 23 22:20:09 GMT 2009

2009/12/23 Milan Knížek <knizek.confy at volny.cz>:
> Gilles Caulier píše v St 23. 12. 2009 v 20:51 +0100:
>> You need libkdcraw form trunk KDE4.4
>> libkdcraw is included in kdegraphics/libs, as libkexiv2 and libkipi,
>> and libksane, used by digiKam and kipi-plugins.
> By any chance, does anyone have a script for creating separate DEBs of
> kdegraphics/libs from svn trunk (i.e. libkipi, libkdcraw, etc.)? Or even
> deb files for amd64 Ubuntu 9.10?
> (I prefer to keep my production system tidy and avoid simple "$ sudo
> make install".)
> ATM, I tried in Virtual Box and it works fine.
> Few comments so far:
> x Having selected PNG files, the wizzard fails in align_image_stack
> phase. It seems to be a particular problem with my install of that hugin
> binary, however, what about showing the standard output to the user in
> such a case?

Strange PNG is supported by huggin. it use vigra image library which
support a lots of format... I will test.

Do you take a care to set the same images color depth in stack. Hugin
cannot mix 16 and 8 bits colors images

run digiKam in a console and look errors messages

> x The editor does not have the maximise and minimise buttons on the
> window widget (while I can see they exist on your screenshot) in
> Gnome/GTK. The main digiKam windows have these buttons.

A strange side effect with gnome WM... No idea exactly...

> x Each time the user clicks "Process" in the editor, a hidden file is
> created (like .kipi-expoblending-tmp-...png). However, on "Save" or
> "Close" button actions, only the last temporary file is deleted and the
> older ones are kept.

yes, i'm currently working on to fix  it...

> Anyway, definitely a usefull plugin!



> Regards,
> Milan Knizek
> knizek (dot) confy (at) volny (dot) cz
> http://www.milan-knizek.net - About linux and photography (Czech
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