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CVL Lets You Tinker With HDR Images on Your GPU

Aug 26, 2008, 21:31 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ben Martin)

"The suite comprises three tools. CVLView is image viewer for PFS files, CVLTonemap is an image viewer designed to quickly handle high dynamic range (HDR) images, and cvtool is a command-line tool that lets you apply transformations, color manipulations, blending, and filtering to images. They take advantage of the processing power of your GPU to allow you to apply tone-mapping changes to an image in real time. You need to have an Nvidia GeForce 6.x or later graphics card to use the tools."

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