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PFSTools is a set of command line (and one GUI) programs for reading, writing, manipulating and viewing high dynamic range (HDR) images and video frames. All programs in the package, exchange data using a simple generic file format (pfs) for HDR data. The concept of PFSTools is similar to netpbm package, for low dynamic range images. PFSTools comes with a library for reading and writing pfs files. The library can be used for writing custom applications that can integrate with the existing pfstools programs. PFSTools also offers a good integration with high level programming language GNU Octave, and can e used as an extension of Octave, for reading and writing HDR images, or simply to store effectively large matrices. Note that pfs is not just another format for storing HDR images (and there are already quite a few of them). It is more an attempt to integrate the existing file formats, by providing a simple data format, that can be used to exchange data between applications.
Author: Rafal Mantiuk <mantiuk [at] mpi-sb [dot] mpg [dot] de>
Author: Grzegorz Krawczyk <krawczyk [at] mpi-sb [dot] mpg [dot] de>
Maintainer: luisbf <luisbf [at] gmx [dot] com>
Build time (on reference hardware): 20% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 1.20 MB, 113 files
Dependencies (build time detected): 00-dirtree alsa-lib autoconf automake babl bash binutils boost bzip2 cairomm cgal coreutils dbus diffutils eggdbus expat file findutils fltk fontconfig freeglut freetype gawk gcc gegl glibc grep guile ilmbase imagemagick lcms libart libdrm libebml libice libjpeg libmatroska libpng libsigc++ libsm libtiff libtirpc libtool libx11 libxau libxcb libxcursor libxdamage libxext libxfixes libxft libxinerama libxml libxml++ libxmu libxrandr libxrender libxt libxxf86vm linux-header live llvm m4 make mesa mjpegtools mktemp mlt net-tools netpbm openexr pangomm perl pkgconfig poppler qt scribus sed sysfiles tar util-linux wxpython wxwidgets zlib
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