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Old Feb 4, 2011, 2:21 AM   #301
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I've uploaded v1.134beta which doesn't have image alignment (that clearly needs more thought) but is much faster at the merging exposures so if you have used a tripod it should work just fine now.

http://www.martinandanna.talktalk.ne...R1.134beta.exe
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Old Feb 4, 2011, 2:04 PM   #302
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1.135 beta uploaded which does have image alignment again which is faster and seems to work better. Also fixes a bug in saving large tiffs.

http://www.martinandanna.talktalk.ne...R1.135beta.exe
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Old Feb 12, 2011, 8:57 AM   #303
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http://www.martinandanna.talktalk.ne...R1.136beta.exe uploaded with better image alignment. Couple of examples below - handheld 6 exposures each. The alignment is still only horizontal/vertical which works well but will still give some ghosting if the camera rotated at all between exposures.



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Martin!

I am really looking forward to try out your new software, and I have tried several times. now Every time i start up the exe-file, I get an error-warning with this message-box telling me to download a version of the .Net Framework.....

I am not sure how (or where) to do this. Can you not include the right DLL with the Set-Up / Exe-file?

It's probably not a DLL, because the .Net-system was to do away with "DLL-HELL" - Right...?

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BTW - I am still running Windows XP-Professional - if that's important to know.
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Old Feb 12, 2011, 12:56 PM   #305
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There is a second link on the download page (www.autohdr.co.uk) which takes you to the .Net download page. It's pretty big and not something I can package with AutoHDR.
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It works best at the moment if you set it to resize the images before it tries to align them. I've been using a longest side of 1440.
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mmmm i cant get the align and merge to come on...mmmmmm....put 3 images in.....
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You should just have to drag/drop in more than one exposure and the button will be enabled. You are using 1.136beta?
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mmm doesnt matter how many i put in martin it wont enable ..and yes its 1.36..mmmmmaybe dl it again and try
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mmm cant get none of them to work....mm maybe im holdin my head wrong...lol
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