StackHDR is a script which helps you create HDR files from bracketed shots in one simple command.
This script is based on the earlier (and as of 2012, unmaintained)
hdr.sh script by Edu Perez.
If you are not yet using this overlay, it can be enabled with just two commands, as seen in the README.
####On all other Operating Systems:
For all other Linux distributions or operating systems, the script can also be run directly from its containing directory (and thus, needs only be downloaded from here):
git clone https://github.com/TheChymera/stackHDR.git /your/stackHDR/directory cd /your/stackHDR/directory chmod +x mkstage4.sh
Please bear in mind that this will not pull in any dependencies, make sure you have already installed everything under the Dependencies section.
Run the script either as
stackHDR (if installed globally), or as
./stackHDR.sh from the containing folder:
stackHDR [-a -e -k -r -c -h] -d <directory-name> || <file-names>
stackHDR -f ~/path/to/your/pics/folder/DSC_1337.NEF -f ~/path/to/your/pics/folder/DSC_1933.NEF -f ~/path/to/your/pics/folder/DSC_2014.NEF -ae
required: -d <directory-name>: The directory containing your files (will stack all RAW files therein). OR <file-names>: Specify your files directly. Files should be in the same directory. optional: -a: Align images. -e: Use enfuse to fuse the images together. -k: Keep intermediately created files. -r: Remove original RAW files. DO NOT USE unless your files are backed up. -c: Clean all log files. Enabling this means you will be unable to debug. -h: Show this message.
Released under the GPLv3 license. Project led by Horea Christian (address all correspondence to: firstname.lastname@example.org)