MacroFusion updated with some improvements

MacroFusion updated with some improvements

Back in November we introduced you to MacroFusion, a new photography application for merging exposure brackets and focus stacks. Since then Dariusz Duma released several new versions, the latest one — yesterday.

MacroFusion is a basically a user interface for Enfuse that works on Linux. It makes the process dead simple: you just add images for fusion, tweak settings, if you don't like the default rendering, and save your final image. Here is the original demo just as a reminder.

Since the release of the initial version Dariusz added autoalignment of images, previews for the images in the stack and in the Open File dialog, display of Exif data (via Exiv2) and applied various minor improvements and cleanups to the user interface.

The application is actually written in Python, so running it from the archive should just work. But DEB files are available as well.

Was it useful? There's more:

4 Responses. Comments closed for this entry.

  1. Ehy! I have Dariusz repo for Ubuntu. Contain other apps too:

    https://launchpad.net/~dhor/+archive/myway

    Thanks!

  2. Alexandre Prokoudine 23 February 2012 at 5:54 pm

    You don’t need it on Mac :) There already is http://software.bergmark.com/enfuseGUI/Main.html ;-)

  3. Now I only need to buy a tripod :)