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FDRTools Basic is a solid piece of software, appropriate for those looking for a fast and efficient way to incorporate more dynamic range into an image without the risk of getting a fancy-looking, halo-happy, and tonal hierarchy deprived output. The supported import image formats are: JPEG, TIFF, Radiance RGBE, OpenEXR, Integrated RAW converter plus DCRAW for direct import of virtually all digital camera RAW formats. The supported export image formats are: Radiance RGBE, OpenEXR, TIFF, PNG, PPM, BMP and JPEG. There are four windows that you can view: display of menu with images and adjustments, preview area, progress and navigator.
Picturenaut 3 with a completely redesigned interface. Pan anywhere with left mouse button, zoom with mouse wheel. Make better HDR images. You want the accuracy of HDRShop, with all the low-level control to squeeze out the maximum on image quality. But you you also want all the modern convenience features like exposure detection from EXIF data, image alignment and ghost removal? And you want a tone mapper where the final result looks exactly like the preview?
FDRTools Basic FDRTools Basic is the gratis variant of FDRTools. The range of functionality is identical compared to the Shareware FDRTools Advanced. However, there is a clear distinction to the Advanced variant: FDRTools Basic ist less suited for the processing of many and large images as it does not support parallelised - and hence much faster - image data processing.