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CVL Lets You Tinker With HDR Images on Your GPU

Aug 26, 2008, 21:31 (0 Talkback[s])
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"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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