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       enfuse -	manual page for	enfuse 4.1.4

       enfuse [options]	[--output=IMAGE] INPUT...

       Fuse INPUT images into a	single IMAGE.

       INPUT...	are image filenames or response	filenames.  Response filenames
       start with an "@" character.

   Common options:
       -V, --version
	      output version information and exit

       -h, --help
	      print this help message and exit

       -l, --levels=LEVELS
	      limit number of blending LEVELS to use (1	to 29);	negative  num-
	      ber  of  LEVELS  decreases  maximum; "auto" restores the default
	      automatic	maximization

       -o, --output=FILE
	      write output to FILE; default: "a.tif"

       -v, --verbose[=LEVEL]
	      verbosely	report	progress;  repeat  to  increase	 verbosity  or
	      directly set to LEVEL

       -w, --wrap[=MODE]
	      wrap  around image boundary, where MODE is "none", "horizontal",
	      "vertical", or  "both";  default:	 none;	without	 argument  the
	      option selects horizontal	wrapping

	      set  compression	of output image	to COMPRESSION,	where COMPRES-
	      SION is: "deflate", "jpeg", "lzw", "none", "packbits", for  TIFF
	      files  and  0  to	 100,  or "jpeg", "jpeg-arith" for JPEG	files,
	      where "jpeg" and "jpeg-arith" accept a compression level

	      set the layer selector ALGORITHM;	default: "all-layers";	avail-
	      able  algorithms	are:  "all-layers":  select  all layers	in all
	      images;  "first-layer":  select  only  first   layer   in	  each
	      multi-layer image; "largest-layer": select largest layer in each
	      multi-layer image; "no-layer": do	not select any layer from  any

	      set one or more KEY-VALUE	pairs

   Extended options:
       -b BLOCKSIZE
	      image cache BLOCKSIZE in kilobytes; default: 2048KB

	      force  COLORSPACE	 for blending operations; Enfuse uses "CIECAM"
	      for images with ICC-profile and "IDENTITY" for those without and
	      also for all floating-point images;

       -c, --ciecam
	      use CIECAM02 to blend colors; disable with "--no-ciecam"

	      use the ICC profile from PROFILE-FILE instead of sRGB

       -d, --depth=DEPTH
	      set  the	number	of bits	per channel of the output image, where
	      DEPTH is "8", "16", "32",	"r32", or "r64"

       -g     associated-alpha hack for	Gimp (before version 2)	and Cinepaint

	      manually set the size and	position of the	output	image;	useful
	      for  cropped  and	 shifted input TIFF images, such as those pro-
	      duced by Nona

       -m CACHESIZE
	      set image	CACHESIZE in megabytes;	default: 1024MB

   Fusion options:
	      weight given to well-exposed pixels (0 <=	WEIGHT <= 1); default:

	      weight  given  to	 highly-saturated  pixels  (0 <= WEIGHT	<= 1);
	      default: 0.2

	      weight given to pixels  in  high-contrast	 neighborhoods	(0  <=
	      WEIGHT <=	1); default: 0

	      weight  given  to	 pixels	 in  high  entropy neighborhoods (0 <=
	      WEIGHT <=	1); default: 0

	      center also known	as MEAN	of Gaussian weighting function	(0  <=
	      MEAN <= 1); default: 0.5

	      standard	deviation  of Gaussian weighting function (SIGMA > 0);
	      default: 0.2

	      average over all masks; this is the default

	      force hard blend masks and no averaging on finest	scale; this is
	      especially  useful  for focus stacks with	thin and high contrast
	      features,	but leads to increased noise

   Expert options:
	      LOWERCUTOFF and UPPERCUTOFF are the values  below	 or  above  of
	      which  pixels  are weighted with zero weight in exposure weight-
	      ing;  append   "%"   signs   for	 relative   values;   default:

	      set  window  SIZE	 for  local-contrast  analysis	(SIZE  >=  3);
	      default: 5

	      apply gray-scale PROJECTOR in  exposure  or  contrast  weighing,
	      where  PROJECTOR	is  one	 of "anti-value", "average", "l-star",
	      "lightness",  "luminance",   "pl-star",	"value",   or	"chan-
	      nel-mixer:RED-WEIGHT:GREEN-WEIGHT:BLUE-WEIGHT";  default:	"aver-

	      set scale	on which to look for edges; positive LCESCALE switches
	      on local contrast	enhancement by LCEFACTOR (EDGESCALE, LCESCALE,
	      LCEFACTOR	>= 0); append "%" to LCESCALE for values  relative  to
	      EDGESCALE;  append "%" to	LCEFACTOR for relative value; default:

	      minimum CURVATURE	for an edge to qualify;	append "%"  for	 rela-
	      tive values; default: 0

	      set window SIZE for local	entropy	analysis (SIZE >= 3); default:

	      LOWERCUTOFF is the value below of	which pixels  are  treated  as
	      black  and  UPPERCUTOFF  is  the value above of which pixels are
	      treated as white in the entropy weighting; append	"%" signs  for
	      relative values; default:	0%:100%

	      save weight masks	in SOFT-TEMPLATE and HARD-TEMPLATE; conversion
	      chars: "%i": mask	index, "%n": mask  number,  "%p":  full	 path,
	      "%d":  dirname, "%b": basename, "%f": filename, "%e": extension;
	      lowercase	characters refer to input images uppercase to the out-
	      put image	default: "softmask-%n.tif":"hardmask-%n.tif"

	      skip  calculation	 of  weight maps and use the ones in the files
	      matching the templates instead.  These can  be  either  hard  or
	      soft  masks.   For  template syntax see "--save-masks"; default:

       Enfuse accepts arguments	to any option in uppercase as well as in  low-
       ercase letters.

       TMPDIR The  TMPDIR  environment variable	points to the directory, where
	      to store ImageCache files.  If unset Enfuse uses "/tmp".

       Written by Andrew Mihal,	Christoph Spiel	and others.

       Report bugs at <>.

       Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Andrew Mihal.
       Copyright (C) 2009-2015 Christoph Spiel.

       License	   GPLv2+:     GNU     GPL     version	   2	 or	 later
       This  is	 free  software:  you  are free	to change and redistribute it.
       There is	NO WARRANTY, to	the extent permitted by	law.

       The full	documentation for enfuse is maintained as  a  Texinfo  manual.
       If  the	info  and enfuse programs are properly installed at your site,
       the command

	      info enfuse

       should give you access to the complete manual.

enfuse 4.1.4			   July	2017			     ENFUSE(1)


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