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Re: blowup handbook

Gilles Caulier
Le Dimanche 09 Octobre 2005 08:39 PM, Caulier Gilles a écrit :

> Le Vendredi 7 Octobre 2005 19:09, Oliver a écrit :
> > Hi,
> >
> > i'm just translating the blowup photograph handbook and found
> >
> > <guilabel>Detail Preservation</guilabel> p [0, 100]: this controls the
> > preservation of the curvatures (features). A low value forces an equal
> > smoothing across the image, whereas bigger values preferably smooth the
> > homogeneous regions and leaves the details sharper. A value of 0.9 should
> > well preserve details so that no sharpening is required afterwards.
> >
> > The detail preservation allows values from 0 to 5
>
> Well Detail Preservation must always < to Anisotropy !
>
> Need to add any description in handbook about.
>
> > same for anisotropy
> > <guilabel>Anisotropy</guilabel> alpha [0,1]:
> > values from 5 to 100 are aloowed
>
> Right. I will fix it.
>
> > <guilabel>Regularity</guilabel> [0, 10]:
> > values from 0 to 100 are allowed
>
> idem
>
> > <guilabel>Angular Step</guilabel> da [5, 90]:
> > values from 5 to 100 allowed
>
> no...  5 to 90...
>
> > <guilabel>Integral Step</guilabel> [0, 10]:
> > values from 0.10 to 10 are allowed
>
> Right, i will fix it.
>
> > The values for gaussian are not mentioned at all in the handbook
>
> Idem.
>
> Note : These remarks are common to Blowup, Restoration and Inpainting
> plugins because they use the same algorithm from CIMG library. I will fix
> Restoration and Inpainting plugins too.
>
> Gilles

All points fixed in svn.

Gilles
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