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TuFuse is a command line application that will “stitch together” the “best focus” parts of multiple images and produce a high dynamic range (HDR) image. TuFuse is free for both commercial and non-commercial use.
There are two ways to use TuFuse:
1. With the $tuFuse binary: tuFuse -v
2. With the $tuFuse_data: python -v
Note: The tuFuse_data script was included with the distribution to facilitate easy installation.

The $tuFuse binary uses the default method of creating a composite image. TuFuse uses an error diffusion technique based on a Bilateral filter. TuFuse will attempt to fuse by using the same aspect ratio of the input images.
TuFuse provides three settings in the main Options/Settings dialog:

– Number of Stitching Steps: TuFuse will attempt to fuse a total of N-stitching steps in order to be able to achieve a final HDR image. The default value of 3 is meant to fuse to a medium dynamic range image. If N is set to 1 or 0, TuFuse will fuse to a near or far-away HDR image, respectively. As an example, if N = 4 the image would be fused from 2 exposures.

– Stitching Step Size: TuFuse will attempt to fuse the images using a square pixel size of the size determined by this setting. The default value is 4.

– Stitching Method: The default is the Bilateral filter. There is another (equally valid) option known as the Stein filter for slightly improved noise reduction. This setting is not the only way to perform the image fusion.

– Noise Threshold: If the noise level of any image in a $tuFuse_data: python -v output is above this level, TuFuse will not consider the pair of images (i.e. it will ignore them). The main purpose of the noise threshold is to prevent TuFuse from merging two images that are identically noisy.

– Blur Step Size: This setting is intended to help TuFuse fuse together images that are blurry due to poor focusing. The value here will determine the “blur radius” of the Bilateral filter. The larger the value, the greater the distance from the center where blur will be blurred out (see figures below). The default

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*TuFuse* is a command line application that allows to perform real time, interactive HDR exposure blending. 
It is able to combine multiple images taken at different exposures in real time without the need for any external application, hardware or connection to a computer.

TuFuse is able to combine images from conventional digital camera or DSLRs. 
This means that TuFuse is able to process images which are under-, over-, or noisy.
It is able to blend multiple images without the need of any processing on the original images. 
This means that you do not have to bring the camera to a professional lab and have your images examined and processed by the lab technician.

TuFuse is based on a new light space and lightness fusion technique called “light space” (LS).
The LS technique has been developed in conjunction with the amazing image analysis work by Horst Lang.


TuFuse uses a technique known as “exposure blending”.
Exposure blending is a simple concept: it fuses the “best exposure” regions of the images and suppresses the “noisy regions”.
This is done by a hybrid merging of the images based on the global scene lightness and the histogram of each image.

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TuFuse is able to perform extended dynamic range and extended depth of field imaging.
Extended DR imaging is used in photography and printing industries.
Extended depth of field imaging is a technique used to create sharp images which are blurry.

TuFuse has been successfully tested on a Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets running Cyanogenmod 13 and on a Nexus 10 tablets running Cyanogenmod 10.2.


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1.0.0 – Feature complete
1.1.0 – Added the ability to create a TuFuse composite for multiple versions of a single file
1.1.1 – Created a Support Downloads page for TuFuse
1.1.2 – Removed the script
1.1.3 – Removed the ability to apply an S-Curve to TuFuse’s exposure adjustment
1.1.4 – Implemented the ability to apply an S-Curve to TuFuse’s Saturation adjustment
1.1.5 – Implemented the ability to apply an S-Curve to TuFuse’s Color Curves adjustment
1.1.6 – Implemented the ability to apply an S-Curve to TuFuse’s Gamma adjustment
1.1.7 – Imple

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TuFuse is a command line application that can be used to fake HDR and extended dynamic range/depth of field images.
TuFuse is not a new application. I first wrote TuFuse in 2006, and have revised it for my Master’s degree. I have rewritten TuFuse from start to finish in C++ and Vala.
TuFuse only works on Linux and GNU/Linux. It does not work on Mac OSX.
It is not recommended to use TuFuse on Windows.
To run TuFuse on Windows, the version of TuFuse described on this page will work, but it is not well tested and not supported.
If you need a Windows version, see the Windows links on this page.
TuFuse 1.0.4 and TuFuse 1.0.5 are the latest release.
TuFuse 1.0.6 and TuFuse 1.0.7 are the current development versions.
You can use TuFuse to take the test images shown on this page (don’t worry, they are not private images!).
You can also download the final images from my test page.
TuFuse 1.0.6:
TuFuse 1.0.6 adds an option for “attempted=” along with the “match=” and “offset=” options.
At the moment, TuFuse 1.0.6 only works with 8-bit images, so you cannot simply use TuFuse 1.0.6 on a 16-bit image.
It is worth noting that TuFuse 1.0.4 and TuFuse 1.0.5 (the two last versions) worked with 16-bit images, so it is possible that TuFuse 1.0.6 works with 16-bit images (it is worth testing this).
TuFuse 1.0.5:
TuFuse 1.0.5 adds the ability to choose a reference image. This is useful when you don’t want the composite image to be the reference image.
For example, say you are using TuFuse on a wide-angle lens, with a scene set to an extreme wide-angle setting.
Then you will probably not want the composite image to be the wide-angle lens image (the wide-angle lens does not provide good focus at infinity).
Instead, you may want the composite image to be an image that

System Requirements For TuFuse:

PC Recommended Specifications
OS: Win 7, 8, 8.1 (64 bit)
CPU: 2.6 GHz or faster Core i3 processor, 2.8 GHz or faster Core i5 processor, or 3.2 GHz or faster Core i7 processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 280 or better
Storage: 100 GB available space
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