README for hdrprep
For ChangeLog please see the project's home page.
0.1.2, 22 Mar 2007
0.1.1, 4 Aug 2006
0.1, 28 Jul 2006
hdrprep is a Perl script for registering exposure-bracketed sequences of
digital photographs. This allows you to generated High Dynamic Range (HDR)
images from hand-held image sequences. Please note that hdrprep DOES NOT
actually actually create HDR images, and only helps you in preparing your
There is no install script as for now. Once all dependencies are satisfied,
you may simply run hdrprep from within the directory, or copy it to
Then, type one of
if hdrprep is in your PATH, and is executable;
if hdrprep is in your working directory and is executable;
$ perl hdrprep
if hdrprep is in your working directory, but is not executable.
To make it executable, type
$ chmod u+x hdrprep
if installed as user, or
$ chmod a+x
if installed system-wide.
hdrprep is published under the GNU General Public License (GPL). A copy is
included with this software. Go to http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
for an on-line version.
Please see the project's home page for usage instructions and a tutorial.
$ hdrprep -h
$ hdrprep --help
for usage instructions.
(c) 2006-2007, Axel Jacobs