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Does the Order of the Images Matter To Enfuse?

Discussion in 'Extending Lightroom' started by nickzee, Feb 17, 2017.

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  1. nickzee

    nickzee New Member

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    Hello!

    When blending with Enfuse, does it make a difference how the images are sorted?

    Say I have 10 images in a stack, some are dark (exposed for highlights), some are bright (exposed for shadows), and some are "0EV".

    Does Enfuse like to process the Over, Under or Mid exposures first? Or are the all processed equally?

    Usually I stack and batch blend with LR/Enfuse, but would it be better if I sorted the images in the stack first?

    Thank you!

    Nick
     
  2. Cerianthus

    Cerianthus Active Member

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    Wouldn't expect it to matter. Enfuse is a command line program that is fed with a list of files. The plugin is just a way of addressing this program.


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