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ImPPG version 1.9.1-beta

Posted: Sat Apr 22, 2023 9:43 am
by GreatAttractor
ImPPG v. 1.9.1-beta is out with the following bug fixes:
  • Invalid channel order when loading 8-bit RGB images
  • Cannot enable adaptive unsharp mask
  • Crash when using adaptive unsharp mask in CPU & bitmaps mode

Homepage: https://greatattractor.github.io/imppg/
Download: https://github.com/GreatAttractor/imppg ... 1.9.1-beta

Re: ImPPG version 1.9.1-beta

Posted: Sun May 14, 2023 3:20 pm
by Montana
Thanks Filip,

I tried to use it but I can't open it, I get this error, any ideas?
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Kind regards
Alexandra

Re: ImPPG version 1.9.1-beta

Posted: Mon May 15, 2023 3:40 pm
by GreatAttractor
I've just downloaded it and it ran fine, libcfitsio-3.dll is present in imppg-win64.zip. Can you try downloading again, unpacking to a fresh directory and running from there?

On another note: did you copy "imppg.exe" somewhere else (and renamed it "imppg 1.9.exe"?) It has to stay in the same folder as all the other files (DLLs, images etc.). However, it's fine to make a shortcut (link) to imppg.exe (e.g., on the Desktop).

Re: ImPPG version 1.9.1-beta

Posted: Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:13 am
by Radon86
Hi Filip/Great Attractor,

I have used ImPPG 1.9.1-beta or the latest version, and have noticed "Add Mask" option in the unsharp mask section.

Is this enablng mulitple unsharp masks to be applied ?
How do you create the mask on the sun or is it applied to the whole image ?

There is no option for a blend mode or mask layering order or am I missing something ?

Thanks!
Magnus

Re: ImPPG version 1.9.1-beta

Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2024 10:02 pm
by GreatAttractor
Yes, multiple unsharp masks can be created. They are applied sequentially; no plans currently for more elaborate blending options etc., but now that you mention it, I'll add "move up/down" buttons.

So far I've been using 2 masks at most; one for sharpening (amount > 1.0), and then one with a much smaller sigma for slight denoising (amount < 1.0).