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Luminance HDR: An Open Source Software for LDR/HDR Imaging in Ubuntu

Luminance HDR is an open source application based on Qt5 toolkit for LDR/HDR image processing. It’s a complete workflow for high-quality imaging including HDR and LDR formats. Luminance HDR offers a simple to use and intuitive graphical user interface. It’s a cross-platform application which supports Windows OS, Mac OS, and Linux system.

As I mentioned above that this software supports a wide range of HDR and LDR formats out of the box. Worth mentioning HDR formats are radiance RGBE, tiff formats, openEXR, PFS native format, raw image formats, etc. JPEG, PNG, PPM, PBM, TIFF, FITS all those are mentionable LDR formats, it does supports.

Like any other image editing software, it can also crop, resize, rotate HDR images and use projective transformations. With the help of the tools, a set of HDR images can be created and tone mapped smoothly. Moreover, you can copy EXIF data to or from a set of images easily.

Now, I believe you have a clear idea about what this image processing software does. so, let’s have a look at how to install Luminance HDR in Ubuntu Linux.

How To Install Luminance HDR in Ubuntu Linux


There are a number of ways to install this application in Ubuntu. You can use the unofficial PPA or flatpak on FlatHub. Here I am going to describe both the ways.

1. Unofficial PPA

Open the Terminal via searching Terminal in app menu or Ctrl+Alt+T and run the following command:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway sudo apt install luminance-hdr
  • Remove the software if needed
sudo apt remove --auto-remove luminance-hdr

2. Flatpak Package

Before running the flatpak command, you must know how to enable flatpak repository in your latest Ubuntu system.

flatpak install flathub net.sourceforge.qtpfsgui.LuminanceHDRflatpak run net.sourceforge.qtpfsgui.LuminanceHDR

I have come to the last of my short review/tutorial. I hope it will come to your help while installing Luminance HDR in Linux. If you like this post, please share it on your social media. And don’t forget to give your suggestion in the comment below.

Sours: https://www.ubuntupit.com/luminance-hdr-an-open-source-software-for-ldr-hdr-imaging-in-ubuntu/

State of HDR on Linux early 2021 (previously late 2020)

Hey Guys! - Creating this thread to serve as an easily indexable search engine thread; as of now it’s a huge pain to determine the state of HDR.

Rather simple question: as of October 2020, what is the state of HDR support, in all of its flavours, on various distributions and on various hardware?

I’ll be updating this thread to included information from the comments below. If the configuration is not mentioned- it’s either not supported or support is unknown. I’m hopping to keep this updated as more information comes in.

in terms of other information, all 3 manufacturers have discussed HDR support to a certain extent.

Kernel 5.3 added HDR metadata to the amdgpu driver

Kernel 5.12 implemented near complete support for intel Gen9 HDR, but testing will have to be done once the 5.12 cycle completes

Nvidia seems to have some OS level support on kernel 5.8+ on their jetson series of SOM’s and SOC’s, but this has yet to be confirmed
Known supported platforms:
[0]
Known temperamental platforms:

Known experimental platforms:
[Intel gen 9]

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Luminance HDR

Luminance HDR 2.6.1, free and open-source HDR imaging software, is available to install in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 20.10, Linux Mint 20.

Before it’s officially announced the new release source tarball now is available to download. And Luminance HDR 2.6.1 is a bug-fix release the features:

  • Better UI for last step of HdrWizard
  • Fix highlights glitch
  • Fix save/load response cure even from the command line
  • Fix scrolling of progress area in BatchHDR
  • Some other bug-fixes and translation updates.

How to Install Luminance HDR via Ubuntu PPA:

The Dariusz Duma’s PPA was maintaining the software package. It however seems not being updated except for auto-build packages.

For those sticking to an Ubuntu PPA, there’s an alternative unofficial PPA available and you can run following steps one by one to get it in your Ubuntu.

1.) Open terminal from system application menu and run command to add the PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

2.) Then install the HDR creator via command:

sudo apt install luminance-hdr

Uninstall:

To remove the software package, simply run command:

sudo apt remove --autoremove luminance-hdr

And to remove the Ubuntu PPA, open Software & Updates navigate to Other Software tab and remove the relevant line.

Sours: https://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2021/01/install-luminance-hdr-2-6-1-ubuntu-20-04-linux-mint-20/
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NAME

luminance-hdr-cli - Luminance HDR command line version

SYNOPSIS

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

DESCRIPTION

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: weight=triangular|gaussian|plateau:response_curve=from_file|linear|gamma|log|robertson:model=robertson|debevec:curve_filename=your_file_here.m (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: ashikhmin|drago|durand|fattal|pattanaik|reinhard02|reinhard05|mantiuk06|mantiuk08 (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 mantiuk06) colorsaturation=VALUE:contrastenhancement=VALUE:luminancelevel=VALUE:setluminance=true|false (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.

SEEALSO

luminance-hdr(1)
Sours: https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/artful/man1/luminance-hdr-cli.1.html

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Photomatix for Linux

Recent Ubuntu & Linux Mint

Earlier Ubuntu & Linux Mint

Installation

To install Photomatix for Linux:

  1. Double-click on the .deb package you have downloaded from the above link.
  2. The software installer should open. Click on the Install button of the software installer's window.

If you prefer to install via the command-line, or if installing with the instructions above doesn't work, you have two other options for installing Photomatix. Open a terminal window, then do either of the following:

If you have gdebi installed, you can install using this command:

Alternatively, you can use this command:

Then, if there are any errors about unresolved dependencies:

Installation on Kubuntu 17.10

First, install libgtkmm-3.0 first by using this command:

Then, install Photomatix for Linux 1.1 for Ubuntu 16.04.

Exposure Bracketing

Learn how to set up Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB) on various camera models.

If you want to test Photomatix Pro before having taken bracketed photos, you can download some on the bracketed photo samples page.

Update log

14-Jul-20: Updated in v2.0

  • Added a new HDR style called Fusion/Interior method, which is specially designed for capturing the full range of brightness in real estate interior shots. It comes with two built-in presets, 'Interior' and 'Interior 2'.
  • Added Straightening adjustment in the Finishing window, for straightening crooked vertical and horizontal lines.
  • Batch processing can now use presets.
  • Added support for OpenEXR files.
  • Workflow is now color managed.

5-Dec-17: Updated in v1.1

  • A new Tone Mapping method called Tone Balancer, which is good for realistic-looking results. It comes with six HDR settings and five built-in presets, such as the 'Realistic' preset.
  • Thumbnails for custom user presets.
  • A 'Finishing Touch' window, offering Contrast, Sharpening and Crop.
  • The Contrast Optimizer method has a new setting, called 'Luminance'.
  • EXIF and other metadata are now fully transferred to the final image.
  • Support for RAW files from recent camera models, including Canon 5D Mark IV, 6D Mark II and 800D, Nikon D5600, Sony A99 MK II and Panasonic GH5.
  • Made the position of the "Load Photos" window remembered across sessions.
  • Added documentation (available from the 'Help' menu, or directly here).
  • Added German localisation.

10-Jul-16: v1.0

First version of Photomatix for Linux is released.

Version 1.0 includes:

  • Tone Mapping using the Details Enhancer, Contrast Optimizer and Tone Compressor methods.
  • Exposure Fusion using the Fusion/Natural method.
  • Alignment for hand-held shots, and for those taken on a tripod.
  • Noise reduction.
  • Automatic deghosting.
  • Batch processing.
Sours: https://www.hdrsoft.com/download/photomatix-linux.html
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CVE-2021-30019

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Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian Upstream Needs triage
Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) Needs triage
Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) Needs triage
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) Needs triage
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Needs triage
Ubuntu 16.04 ESM (Xenial Xerus) Ignored (end of standard support, was needs-triage)
Ubuntu 14.04 ESM (Trusty Tahr) Needs triage
Sours: https://ubuntu.com/security/CVE-2021-30019

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