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Smooths out seams in panoramic images

'Enblend' is a postprocessing tool for creating panoramic images. After you align image features, there are often photometric problems that lead to ugly seams in the final composite. Enblend blends away these seams using a multiresolution spline. 'Enblend' blends different image features across a transition zone proportional to the spatial frequency of the features. Big, smooth objects (sky, clouds) have low spatial frequency and should be blended across a very wide region (we expect the sky to be uniform in appearance, so sudden color changes are very noticeable). Images with high spatial frequency (trees, windowpanes) have sudden changes from light to dark. We expect to see color changes here; if you blend over a wide area there is the possibility of noticeable ghosting. So high-frequency components are blended across a narrow transition zone.



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Janet Casey

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27 April 2004

Leaders and contributors

Andrew Mihal Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug TrackingVCS Repository Webviewhttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=123407&atid=696410
Bug Tracking,Developer,SupportE-mailmailto:mihal@eecs.berkeley.edu
DeveloperVCS Repository Webviewhttp://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=123407
Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/enblend

Software prerequisites

Required to useboost
Required to uselibtiff-devel


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