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PTBLENDER(1)							  LIBPANO13 TOOLS						      PTBLENDER(1)

NAME
PTblender - Colour and brightness correction of panoramas SYNOPSIS
PTblender [options] tiff_file(s) DESCRIPTION
PTblender is a command-line tool that only implements the colour and brightness correction functionality of PTmender. OPTIONS
-p prefix Prefix for output filename. Defaults to blended%4d. -k index Index of the image to use as a reference (0-based, defaults to 0). -t [0,1,2] Type of colour correction: 0 full (default), 1 brightness only, 2 colour only. -c Output curves smooth (output one per each corrected file). -m Output curves arbitrary map (output one per each corrected file). -f Force processing (ignore warnings). -x Delete source files (use with care). -q Quiet run. -h Output help summary. SEE ALSO
<http://wiki.panotools.org/PTblender>, PTmender(1) AUTHORS
Panorama Tools was originally created by Professor Helmut Dersch, it's now maintained by Bruno Postle <bruno@postle.net>. PTblender was written by Daniel M German <dmgerman@uvic.ca>. This manpage was written by Cyril Brulebois <cyril.brulebois@enst-bretagne.fr> and is licensed under the same terms as the libpano13 pack- age itself. 2.9.18 2008-01-22 PTBLENDER(1)

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PTTIFF2PSD(1)							  LIBPANO13 TOOLS						     PTTIFF2PSD(1)

NAME
PTtiff2psd - Convert a set of TIFF files into a Photoshop PSD file SYNOPSIS
PTtiff2psd [options] tiff_file(s) DESCRIPTION
PTtiff2psd is a command-line tool that crops a TIFF image to its bounding rectangle, preserving its original dimensions. OPTIONS
-o filename Output filename (defaults to merged.psd). -b blendingmode Specify blending mode for layers (use -h to display them). -s Stack them. -r Reverse layers. -f Force processing (do no stop on warning). -q Quiet run -h Output help summary. Valid blending modes: 0 Normal 1 Color 2 Darken 3 Difference 4 Dissolve 5 Hard 6 Hue 7 Lighten 8 Luminosity 9 Multiply 10 Overlay 11 Sof 12 Saturation 13 Screen AUTHORS
Panorama Tools was originally created by Professor Helmut Dersch, it's now maintained by Bruno Postle <bruno@postle.net>. PTtiff2psd was written by Daniel M German <dmgerman@uvic.ca>. This manpage was written by Cyril Brulebois <cyril.brulebois@enst-bretagne.fr> and is licensed under the same terms as the libpano13 pack- age itself. 2.9.18 2008-01-22 PTTIFF2PSD(1)
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