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General Chat / Re: Apertus Axiom Beta
« on: September 10, 2014, 07:14:15 PM »
[message merged on this topic]
A crowdfunding as lunched to give start to a project of Open Hardware. The goal is to produce the Axiom, a camera that records in 4k 60fps on 15 f-stops of DR.
I'm Just 'marketing' because I follow this project grow since last summer, and I'm also involved with the GNU community, and the idea is pretty cool. The quality is equivalent to an Arri Alexa, but much cheaper, open community, and no-frills of "big brands", such as patents, licenses and other restrictions that limit your freedom. She has no restriction, including mounts can be exchanged, are not fixed, which allows you to use lenses, eg, Panavision, RED, Cooke without stress, on the same camera.
All hardware implementation is based on FPGA reprogrammed. I't run ArchLinux by default, on dual core ARM processors.
It is worth taking a look, folks:

Here is a video of the results (of course, this is just samples without post-production):

Audionut, you are sure that vimeo will not make a new compression? I wonder, because if we decide to use some parameters like "high-level" (more complex algorithm) ME and subpixel ME and other tricks, the final file will be very large in some cases... how vimeo deal with it? Vimeo are using high accelerated HTML5 streaming, but I don't think it will be sufficient for 3GB file size, or so on. You know about it?

Videolan releases official binaries, hence it doesn't include test code that never made it into the official source tree (fgo).

--preset placebo, as the name suggests, provides placebo results.  Try sane settings instead, like --preset veryslow.
--me tesa and --no-fast-pskip are redundant when using --preset placebo.
--level 5.2 with HD content at --crf 18 is pointless.  Try --level 4.1 to provide capability with more devices.

Thanks for the corrections. I'am not the "encode-guy"  and not study the x264 ::)

--fgo 15 said it was unrecognized.

Maybe because the motion estimate is on "low" algorithm... my mistake.

I couldn't find in --help what --fo does. Well maybe not worked, but atleast it didn't report it as an error.

--fgo optimize the encode to preserve the grain, but it need a good (and slow) ME algo.

F:\>F:\x264-10b-r2431-ac76440.exe --crf 18 --profile high444 --preset placebo --
tune film --fps 23.976 --level 5.2 --sar 2:20.1 -t 2 --aq-mode 2 --me tesa --sub
me 9 --psy-rd 2 --fo 15 --no-fast-pskip --thread-input 8 --opencl -o [F:\Testfil
[F:\Næraberg\05.07.2014 160 Tons\Render\Sólar Rí]

x264 [error]: could not open output file `[F:\Testfile]'   <-- received message

You have to put the extension. If you export as Lagarith Lossless, put ".avi" on final...
Also, it don't need of "[]", just put the folder link.

So, since you have "resolve" the problem, does not mater. But, if you want to receive the best encode, do not use the Adobe encoder's software. I is always outdated, and it is closed code.
I really recommend you to use MeGUI software. I is a front-end (simple interface), to the some encodes, like x264. It, also, encode audio and make a mux of the encoded files.
You have the "total" control of your encode.

My flow if I using Windows: MLV_dump > AE > PP > Lagarith > MeGUI.
It work perfectly for me.

[note: if you decide to test it, try to replace de x264 file of MeGUI for the updated binaries from VideoLan. I think MeGUI have no updates anymore, because it is just a front-end. You don't need install MeGUI, it is portable, too].

For other OS, you can find the front-end developments on Doom10 fórum

I tried your binary, I put it in to cmd. I am not very good at these command things. Could you point me in the right direction on how to use this tool? Like an example.

I typed in --help and got some info but I am not sure how to tell the program which file I want.

--fullhelp seems to exceed the number of lines allowed. I tried increasing max Buffer Lines (I think it was called) to 500 but it seems to be the same.

All your help is much appreciated.

Try this line:

x264 --crf 18 --profile high10 --preset placebo --tune film --fps ** --level 5.2 --sar width:height -t 2 --aq-mode 2 --me tesa --subme 9 --psy-rd 2 --fgo 15 --no-fast-pskip --thread-input * --opencl -o [outfile] [infile]

x264 is the binarie from VideoLan.
--fps is the frame rate. Put on "**" the number of your sequence.
--sar width:height is your aspect ratio. Put on "width:height", example: 16:9
--thread-input * is the number of thread on processor. Put on "*" this number. Example Intel core i7, put "8".
--opencl is the optimization using opencl lib. Remove it if your graphics card don't have support.
[outfile] is the name and location of your encoded file. Example: C:\User\MyName\encodedfile.mp4 (the extensios is called mp4 or mkv, your choice).
[infile] is the input file. The input must be support on FFMPEG. You can export the original file on Premiere with lagarith lossless and then put on "infile". Example: C:\User\MyName\original_file.avi

I think it will work to you. I make it based on samples above...

This is binaries compiled from Videolan (developers of x264 encoder). I send a direct link to easy your life.

Open terminal and run this file inside. See help (type --help or --full-help), and then, set the parameters and file you will want do encode.
Export with Lagarith from Premiere and then encode, I suggest.

What is your bitrate settings? Try to put CBR 20Mb/s... I don't think it will generate a file with much of blocks, but, if it do, try to export directly with command line x264. If you get the same result, check your hardware.

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: VisionLOG profile for ACR & Lightroom
« on: July 08, 2014, 08:29:59 PM »
Although I have managed to locate the right folder and placed the Vision Color preset it still won't appear in ACR, I had been using Visionlog for ages on PC but now that I switched to Mac I simply can't get it to work...

You are using ACR 8.4? There's some issues about this version and dcp profiles...

For upscaling, one of the eedi implementations.

Try to see the link above... this compare EEDI3 with other methods. As I say, the Super Resolution generate more PSNR.
Of course, the EEDI is freeware (or open source?) script, and Video Enhancer not.

Just updating with new comparison make by Infognition.
Of course the test is questionable, and they should have used SSIM method for analysis, but I think valid post (really slow process, but good result with super-resolution):

Raw Video Postprocessing / Re: VisionLOG profile for ACR & Lightroom
« on: June 03, 2014, 08:06:02 PM »
I have been checking out the Vision Colour Luts , particularly the M31 Cinema version, and noticed it was available for Adobe Photoshop CS6/CC but not Lightroom. Will/can it be possible in the future?


If, in future, LR provide support for LUT, yep, you can use this. But, on LR 5 this support is not done, but you can use some plugin so load this LUT's, like "LUT Buddy" - Red Giant.

@A1ex any news about the paper? The community can help you with something, like tests and so on?

I found this ratio to be close to the sweet spot, noise-wise: R=1, G=0.6, B=0.1 (at auto WB 1, 6.5, 20).

Trying to find it for days... thanks.

What crop window did you use for the test sample?

The crop is 1:1, but this sample is from another image (the strips are the same of others). If you want to play with other files, I put others here (note: is just aleatory shots, test purpose).

Script used to render these crops (you may find useful for trying out things):

Will be very userfull for some tests.

I don't know if it make sense, but I get best results with IGV algorithm on B&W photos [?].
Thanks for this huge explanation A1ex, I obtain a good result now. And, @Audionut, thanks too.

I tried playing with filters about 12 months ago, for the express purpose of reducing the sensitivity of the G channel (ETTR'ing RB :) ), but since it was some cheap POS filter from China, the results were not spectacular.  I don't even seem to have sample images available anymore, but I do still have the filter.  Might have to break it out and re-check some things.

So, about the color filters, Is not a good deal using it on digital? I buy this to use with film, like HP5+ Ilford, but I think: Why not use it on digital?
Ansel Adams was a big user of this filter (091 dark red), and he said it amplify (on analog) some scale of gray.
Of course, on Digital it not work in the same way, but I really like of cut 600nm and below of spectra.
For maximum information, the 'correct' way is not using a color filter, or using the violet (about the discution of ETTR RB, little absorption of gree channel)?

I have beem using Color filters for B&W photography, especificaly the 091 red filter, with CPL. Well, I receive very strips out of the cr2hdr-20bit, like the image bellow (--no-cs --full-res).
I put some files here. I think it will be very difficult to fix it, because the cr2hdr need to colors to interpret the photo, or not? Any ideia how to fix it?

Example frame here.

HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Re: Lightroom plugin cr2hdr v2.1
« on: May 31, 2014, 02:04:50 AM »
Thanks Luiz for your great works! I removed _br.txt because there are only PT translation in LR. it's work for you? Or only _br.txt works?

Yes, It works (I clone your hg, and replace with this file)... some bugs and errors, but I will fix it.
Here is the file, with minor changes:

It seems that the new releases are being announced on Facebook. Follow or send email message to Steve:

The new pack seems to be LUT's highly precise and the new Logarithmic space DCP called "VisionSpace"...

HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Re: Lightroom plugin cr2hdr v2.1
« on: May 28, 2014, 03:34:12 AM »

Update translation to Portuguese - BR

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"$$$/ML/ExportDialog/ExportMenu/Title=Magic Lantern"

"$$$/ML/InfoProvider/Bitbucket=Projeto Bitbucket"

"$$$/ML/Dependencies/ErrorTitle=~ Erro com dependências ~"
"$$$/ML/Dependencies/Error=Para esse plugin trabalhar (cr2hdr) é necessário ter dcraw e exiftool.^n^nPor favor, instale estes antes de executar esse plugin"

"$$$/ML/Import/Error=Não foi possível importar o arquivo Dual ISO!^n^nFavor sincronizar manualmente sua pasta"

"$$$/ML/ExportManager/Title=Magic Lantern Dual ISO"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/MLTopic=Tópico para Magic Lantern Dual ISO"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/MLDocTech=Documento Técnico"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/Description=Este plugin permite converter uma imagem Dual ISO por meio do cr2hdr (obrigado ao a1ex) do Magic Lantern.^n^Como isso funciona :^n^n- Exporta a imagem para uma pasta temporária^n- Adiciona o sulfixo -dualiso a imagem^n- Converte a imagem com cr2hdr^n- Importa a imagem convertida dentro do mesmo catálogo do LR^n- Adiciona o rótulo DualISO^n- Adiciona a imagem convertida as mesmas coleções de sua imagem original"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASTitle=Configurações Avançadas"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSuffix=Sulfixo Dual ISO ao arquivo de saída :"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLabel=Definindo o rótulo para o arquivo Dual ISO :"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASCollection=Adicionar o arquivo Dual ISO a coleção ?"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASCollectionInfo=Desmarcar para não adicionar à coleção da imagem original"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLog=Mantenha o arquivo de histórico de eventos depois da conversão ?"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLogInfo=Desmarque para remover"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSubfolder=Adicione o arquivo convertido para esta subpasta :"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSubfolderPL=Pasta atual"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSubfolderInfo=Deixe em branco para a reimportação na mesma pasta"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/Keywords=Adicionar palavras-chave :"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/KeywordsInfo=Separação por vírgula"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLabelInfo=Deixe em branco para não adicionar indicador colorido"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSummary=Mostrar mensagem após conversão ?"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSummaryInfo=Desmarque para ocultar"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/CRTitle=cr2hdr argumentos opcionais"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/SynopsisModuleDefault=Configurações Padrão^1"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/SynopsisModuleCustom=Configurações Customizadas^1"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ExecRestore=Restaurar para padrões"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASFlag=Marcar um indicador na foto original para descartá-la posteriormente ?"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASFlagInfo=Deselecionar para não marcar o indicador "
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASTabModuleOther=Configurações gerais de módulos"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/FETitle=Exportar Arquivo"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/CRTab2=Argumentos adicionais para versão 20bit"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/CRTab3=Solucionar Problemas"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTExecClassicVersion=Versão clássica"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTExecExpVersion=Versão experimental"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTFast=Desabilitar todas as etapas de pós-processamento (rápido, mas de baixa qualidade)^n(--mean23, --no-cs, --no-fullres, --no-alias-map, --no-stripe-fix, --no-bad-pix)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTAmaze=usar uma etapa temporária para demosaico (AMaZE) seguido de uma interpolação 'edge-directed' (padrão)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTMean=média mais próxima a 2 ou 3 pixels da mesma color da grade Bayer (rápido)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoCs=desabilitar esfumaçamento de chroma"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTCs2=aplicar esfumaçamento de chroma 2x2 nas áreas com ruído e com serrilhado (padrão)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTCs3=aplicar esfumaçamento de chroma 3x3 nas áreas com ruído e com serrilhado (padrão)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTCs5=aplicar esfumaçamento de chroma 5x5 nas áreas com ruído e com serrilhado (padrão)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoBadPix=Não arrumar bad pixel (aconselhável para fotografias com estrelas)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTRBadPix=Arrumar agressivamente bad pixel, sacrificando detalhes e adquirindo mais serrilhado"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTBBadPix=marcar todos os 'bad pixels' como preto (para solução de problemas)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoFRes=desabilitar mesclagem de alta resolução"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoAlias=desabilitar mapa de serrilhado, usado para arrumar serrilhados em sombras profundas"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoStrip=desabilitar conserto de faixas horizontais"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoCompress=Sem compressão:"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTCompress=DNG sem compressão:"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTCompressLossy=DNG com compressão (tome cuidado, isso irá destruír os detalhes de sombra)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTSoftFilm=utilizar uma curva suave de filme para comprimir as luzes altas e aumentar as sombras, métrica por número EV^n(se você usar esta opção, você deverá  especificar o balanço de brancos)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTNoWb=Não marcar como 'AsShotNeutral'"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTWbGrayMax=marcar como 'AsShotNeutral' para maximizar o número de pixels cinza (padrão)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTWbGrayMed=marcar como 'AsShotNeutral' pela mediana de R-G e B-G"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTWbExif=marcar como 'AsShotNeutral' pelo EXIF WB (impreciso)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTSameLevels=Ajustar a saída do nível de brancos para manter a mesma exposição geral^npara todos os frames passados por uma única linha de comando^n(útil para previnir iluminação ocilante - para vídeos ou panoramas)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTSkipExisting=Pular a conversão se o arquivo de saída já existe"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTEmbedOriginal=Copiar o arquivo original CR2 junto com o DNG de saída, e deletar o CR2 primário^nVocê será capaz de re-processar o DNG com uma versão diferente ou diferente configurações de conversão.^nPara recuperar o RAW original: exiftool IMG_1234.DNG -OriginalRawFileData -b > IMG_1234.CR2"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugBlend=salvar imagens intermediárias usadas para mesclagem:^n    dark.dng        the low-ISO exposure, interpolated^n    bright.dng      the high-ISO exposure, interpolated and darkened^n    halfres.dng     half-resolution blending (low noise, high aliasing)^n    fullres.dng     full-resolution blending (minimal aliasing, high noise)^n    *_smooth.dng    images after chroma smoothing"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugBlack=salvar imagens intermediárias usadas para substração de níveis do preto"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugAmaze=salvar entrada e saída AMaZE"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugEdge=salvar informações de debug para a interpolação 'edge-directed'"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugAlias=salvar informações sobre o mapa de serrilhamento"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugRggb=Debug para detecção automática RGGB/BGGR (requer octave)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugBddb=Debug para detecção automática claro/escuro (requer octave)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugWb=Mostrar o vectorscope, usado para balanço de brancos (requer octave)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugIsoCurve=Curva para resultados apropriados de ISO e equilírio de pretos (requer octave)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugMixCurve=Curva usada para resolução média de mesclagem (requer octave)"
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/TTDebugFullresCurve=Curva usada para resolução inteira de mesclagem (requer octave)"

"$$$/ML/Publish/Progress=Exportando ^1 fotos para cr2hdr"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Progress/One=Exportando uma foto para cr2hdr"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Error=Não foi possível exportar ^1 para cr2hdr! Erro #^2^"
"$$$/ML/Publish/AlreadyConvertTitle=Corretamente tratado"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Error/NotRaw=Somente é permitido exportar para cr2hdr fotos em RAW"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish=cr2hdr exportação terminada"
"$$$/ML/Publish/NoPhotoExported=Nenhuma foto pôde ser exportada"
"$$$/ML/Publish/NbPhotoExported=^1 foto pôde ser exportada com sucesso"
"$$$/ML/Publish/NbPhotosExported=^1 foto pôde ser exportada com sucesso"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish/NoImage=Sem imagem"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish/AlreadyConvertTitle=Corretamente tratado^1"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish/NotRawTitle=Formato errado^1"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish/NoError=Sem erros"
"$$$/ML/Publish/Finish/noDual=Sem DualISO^1"

"$$$/ML/Metadata/ISOdifference=Diferença de ISO"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/DynamicRange=Alcânce Dinâmico"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/DynamicRangeOrig1=Alcânce Dinâmico (src1)"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/DynamicRangeOrig2=Alcânce Dinâmico (src2)"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/DeepShadows=Sombras profundas"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/ISOoverlap=Sobreposição de ISO"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/NoiseLevel=Nível de Noise"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/NoiseLevelIdeal=Nível de Noise (ideal)"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/cr2hdrArgs=Opções ativas"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/cr2hdrISORange=Alcânce de ISO"

"$$$/ML/Metadata/TagsetTitle=Dual ISO"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/TagsetDICTitle=Dual ISO Converção"
"$$$/ML/Metadata/TagsetCLTitle=Linha de Comando"

"$$$/ML/Metadata/PresetDICTitle=Dual ISO Converter (cr2hdr)"

Share Your Photos / Re: Thread photos dual iso
« on: April 08, 2014, 06:02:29 PM »
Great photos guys! =D

What could be more efficient than a batch process that you start, go out and have a beer, come back in a few hours and find everything almost done?

I will test it  ;D

Lossless DNG: interesting idea (some sort of a raw pre-cooker). This could include many other things like FPN correction, deflicker (via the soft-film curve), highlight recovery, bad pixel fix, raw operations like average/median/max and so on.

Yeah, I don't thought on first moment for this way, but this is a really good idea.

BTW, you can hack the cr2hdr source to accept regular cr2's (just trick it into believing it's a dual ISO file, let it accept ISO 100/100, enter some valid line configuration, like 0,1,1,0, and optionally skip all the processing and jump to output).

I will do this, I find it very useful.

Time for some pixel peeping - how dual ISO postprocessing (cr2hdr) evolved from the first public release until today?

Is not possible do the SSIM (structural similarity) analysis? As "original source", it would be possible to use supersampling/super-resolution, with various pictures, as in the case PhotoAcute.
That way we do not fall into the subjectivity...

HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Re: Lightroom plugin cr2hdr v2
« on: March 26, 2014, 04:34:50 PM »
Do you prefer sRGB or ProPhoto ? I think is the best profil for export to cr2hdr, but if you think it's not, tell me the best

Well, in my work process I try to keep as much detail in the process. ProPhotoRGB is known to be the larger of the known color spaces (not counting the tangential wide gammut, etc.).
But, I think the engine Lightroom has its own color space, called Melissa RGB, which does not restrict or limit the colors, keeping the information in full.

Many thanks for your corrections! I'll add on the next stable version :)


Yeah, I see your mod of UFRAW, really impressive. But, I think putting the UFRaw in the middle of the workflow is a little bit complicated. I mean, obviously for images refined process ("fine art", II dont like this term), this is very useful, but for editing events (aka weddings, birthdays, etc), I think it is inefficient (for speed processes).
I was thinking of a bin batch file, like a cr2hdr, but that only applied their algorithm for soft-film one would export lossless DNG. Would it be possible? I personally consider very useful to use, for example, with the presets VSCO for a wedding or something.

Ok I dont get what im doing wrong, I drag the files over cr2hdr and its not doing anything? confused.

The g3gg0 compile is command line, no bath (see a1ex compile above it).


Is possible do a software for apply the function "--soft-film=%f" for non-dual_iso photos? I really like it, but sometimes I don't shot dual-iso...
For simulating analog photos, the presets do a curve push the white point to down, and the information is loss, but with soft-film, no.

HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Re: Lightroom plugin cr2hdr v2
« on: March 25, 2014, 11:53:30 PM »

Why export AdobeRGB? 0k, this is non-bayer, but why tag it?

s = {
   id = "996B34E8-83FC-4D31-AF92-A644E36B8D96",
   internalName = "cr2hdr",
   title = "cr2hdr",
   type = "Export",
   value = {
      collisionHandling = "overwrite",
      embeddedMetadataOption = "all",
      exportServiceProvider = "",
      exportServiceProviderTitle = "Magic Lantern",
           export_colorSpace = "AdobeRGB"
      export_destinationPathSuffix = "ML",
      export_destinationType = "sourceFolder",
      export_photoSectionsEnabled = true,

Anyway, I had some free time so I took the liberty to translate correctly to pt-br:
Note: the blue is the correct translation.

"$$$/ML/ExportManager/Title=Magic Lantern Dual ISO" [Magic Lantern Dual ISO]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/MLTopic=Magic Lantern fio Dual ISO" [Tópico para Magic Lantern Dual ISO]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/MLDocTech=doc Técnico" [Documento Técnico]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/Description=Este plugin permite converter uma imagem ISO com dupla cr2hdr (graças a1ex) de lanterna mágica.^n^nComo funciona :^n^n- Exportação imagem para pasta temporária^n- Add -dualiso sufixo imaginar^n- Converter foto com cr2hdr^n- Importação convertido imagem deste catálogo LR^n- Adicionar DualISO ao rótulo^n- Adicionar imagem convertida para as coleções da imagem original" [Este plugin permite converter uma imagem Dual ISO por meio do cr2hdr (obrigado ao a1ex) do Magic Lantern.^n^Como isso funciona :^n^n- Exporta a imagem para uma pasta temporária^n- Adiciona o sulfixo -dualiso a imagem^n- Converte a imagem com cr2hdr^n- Importa a imagem convertida dentro do mesmo catálogo do LR^n- Adiciona o rótulo DualISO^n- Adiciona a imagem convertida as mesmas coleções de sua imagem original]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASTitle=configurações avançadas" [Configurações Avançadas]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASSuffix=Sufixo para saída de arquivo iso dupla :" [Sulfixo dual iso ao arquivo de saída :]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLabel=Definir o rótulo para arquivo ISO dupla :" [Definindo o rótulo para o arquivo Dual ISO :]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASCollection=Adicionar arquivo ISO dupla a coleção?" [Adicionar o arquivo Dual ISO a coleção ?]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASCollectionInfo=Desmarque para não adicionar à coleção imagem original" [Desmarcar para não adicionar à coleção da imagem original]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLog=Manter arquivo de log após a conversão?" [Mantenha o arquivo de histórico de eventos depois da conversão?]
"$$$/ML/ExportManager/ASLogInfo=Desmarque para remover" [Desmarque para remover]
"$$$/ML/Dependencies/ErrorTitle=~ Dependências erro ~" [~ Erro com dependências ~]
"$$$/ML/Dpendencies/Error=Este plugin obras (cr2hdr) precisam dcraw e exiftool.^n^nFavor instalá-lo antes de executar este plugin" [Para esse plugin trabalhar (cr2hdr) é necessário ter dcraw e exiftool.^n^nPor favor, instale estes antes de executar esse plugin]


Bug: I can confirm latest 20bit outputs the last scanline of the dng as trash

Same with 600D (g3gg0 compile).

HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Re: Lightroom plugin cr2hdr
« on: March 19, 2014, 09:58:08 AM »
Work's fine to me on LR 5.3 (Win8 64bit). Very fast, FYI.

I made a Portuguese (BR) translation:

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