I’ve been working on Enfuse support in Rawstudio for quite a while and now it’s ready for some testing :D
It was added to trunk yesterday and packages are ready in our Launchpad PPA for Ubuntu.
A quick guide:
Select photo(s) and press ctrl-alt-e (or find Enfuse in Photo menu).
Adjust settings and update thumbnail by clicking on it .
When you are happy with the thumbnail, click “Execute” and wait for the finished result to be opened.
You might have noticed that I’ve written “photo(s)” in the first step above – you can select just one photo and Rawstudio will help you export different exposures from that photo and you might get a better result than the initial photo (or not).
To get as high a quality as possible, Rawstudio exports photos in 16bit PNG and Enfuse hands it back to Rawstudio as 16bit PNG. Even though the files are PNG, the extension are “rse” (RawStudio Enfuse) to make the files easy to identify.
Be patient! I’ve done a lot to speed the process up as much as possible, but exporting, aligning and enfusing full size photos does take time!
Photos that have been enfused might need some extra work as you are used to with RAW :)