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Comment: Re:It's tres cool (Score 2, Informative) 131

by squidfrog (#16417135) Attached to: High Dynamic Range Monitors
Using dcraw and the Radiance (HDR) file format, it should be trivial to convert any digicam or SLR's raw image to an HDR.

For manually-captured bracketed images, there's AHDRIC (disclaimer: I wrote this). As long as the EXIF info is intact and the only thing that changes between shots is the shutterspeed, this should do the trick. A related tool (AHDRIA) lets you capture HDRs automatically by controlling a digicam via USB (Canon digicams only, sorry). This process can take 20-120 seconds, depending on the quality required.

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