HDR projects platin offers new capabilities to intervene directly in the HDR process. It is possible to choose between seven newly developed HDR algorithms and specific parameters in HDR creation like smoothing, denoising, Halo adaptation and many more. Individual image areas can be defined partially using mask mode with direct determination of weight in HDR fusion. Best HDR results can be achieved using the 32-bit area!
For those who would like to shoot more than just landscapes: ghost picture problems can be solved effectively using HDR painter. Moving objects within an exposure series can be removed easily either automatically or manually by using the HDR painter. Produce fascinating HDR photo compositions with HDR projects platin and follow up your working progress on screen in real time.
HDR projects platin offers maximum design options for the post-processing of your HDR pictures. In addition HDR projects platin contains five different tone mapping algorithms, which are optimised for special situations. There are 46 post-processing effects available for the free interpretation of your HDR pictures. These effects are classified in six categories: edge effects, geometric effects, exposure effects, blurring effects and artistic effects. Even smooth transitions in 360° panoramas are possible. Quick results are possible with the existing presets. By using the expert mode you create your own presets with a filter stack and discover the endless possibility of combinations in post-processing with the preset combiner.
A List of all supported Camera Formats can be found using the following link:
Ulf Schulmeyer, FRANZIS® Product Management
High-end HDR out of exposure series
Support of all common RAW image formats
HDR out of one image – exposure series generated automatically
Maximum design options: 7 newly developed HDR algorithms
Selective HDR to emphasise the single exposures
Solves every problem concerning ghost pictures: HDR painter
Removal of distracting Halos through adjustable HDR smoothing
HDR in real time with highly optimised algorithms
Dynamic user interface with support of up to 6 screens
58 freely combined tone mapping presets – for quick and professional results
Expert mode with 5 tonemapping algorithms and 46 photo filters in 6 clearly arranged image categories
Selective post-processing in different brightness ranges
Automatic exposure series detection
Comfortable batch processing with light table
40-times faster HDR rendering process through GPU acceleration (Graphics Processing Unit)
Maximum hardware with 32-core multithreading
Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, 32/64 Bit, Prozessor Core Duo, 2 GB RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution 1.280 х 1.024 Pixels, Graphic Card: DirectX-8-compatible, 128 MB, 32 bit colour depth
Mac OS X ab 10.7, 32/64 Bit, Prozessor Intel/G5, 2 GB RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution 1.280 х 1.024 Pixels
An internet connection is required to activate the software on either system.
HDR photography comes a considerable step closer to the human eye, where cameras and the like have so far failed.
New functions and a revolutionary accuracy for processing colours!