Jasper's DRIMaker
Jasper's DRIMaker
1.3

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Jasper's DRIMaker1.3

13 August 2007

Automatically create HDRI pictures.

Overview

Jasper's DRIMaker is a tiny application with which you are able to automatically produce DRI images. This application does not produce 32-bit HDR-images which will be changed to LDR via tone-mapping but uses the so called Exposure Blending in order to crossfade each image iteratively.

What's new in Jasper's DRIMaker

Version 1.3:
  • Better saving menu
  • New help panels
  • Output of offset after aligning possible
  • Warning before replacing files
  • Zooming and scrolling via mouse possible (beta)
  • Small bugfixes

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How would you rate Jasper's DRIMaker app?

4 Reviews of Jasper's DRIMaker

Andreas-Unterberger
02 October 2008
Version: 1.3

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Looks really nice, but I have no plan how to use it. Dragging the pics into the app is simple, but the next steps are not clear to me. Tried to auto-align them, which took a quite long time and 100 % CPU use. However the preview window didn't change at all, but only showed the selected Picture from the drawer. Also the app seems to me buggy, takes a long time for every performed operation, shows the beach ball very often and crashed several times. Hope, that future releases will do better.
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Dorkypants
13 June 2012
Version: 1.3
Aligns images better than HDRtist, but crashes everytime I click Full Resolution (2.3 GHz MacBook Pro with 8 GB RAM, Snow Leopard).
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Andreas-Unterberger
02 October 2008
Version: 1.3
Looks really nice, but I have no plan how to use it. Dragging the pics into the app is simple, but the next steps are not clear to me. Tried to auto-align them, which took a quite long time and 100 % CPU use. However the preview window didn't change at all, but only showed the selected Picture from the drawer. Also the app seems to me buggy, takes a long time for every performed operation, shows the beach ball very often and crashed several times. Hope, that future releases will do better.
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Jonnyg75
07 August 2007
Version: 1.2
Yah, I agree with the previous comment. This app looks great on the surface... but i have no clue how to use it. It has no intuitive way of using it at all infact. NO help screen. No even basic hints as to where to start beyond dragging your pictures in. I'd like to digg on this... but i'm left hanging here.
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Andrew-Scott
08 July 2007
Version: 1.01
This looks like an elegant little app that simplifies HDR image creation. It could do with some tool tips or a manual though-even though the interface is clean some tips on how to get the best from it would help avoid a lot of trial and error. One suggestion: it's not immediately obvious how to actually generate the final image. A nice "Save HDR Image" button wouldn't hurt even though there is a menu command that does the same thing.
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