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 Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator 
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Post Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
Hi,

I wanted to introduce a new tool today for timelapse. RAWBlend blends between frames, adjusting settings like exposure, contrast, color balance, vibrance, highlights, shadows, etc.,

Check out the 2 minute presentation I made.


One of the best features of RAWBlend is AutoExposure, which can keyframe your entire timelapse with proper exposure in a single click. Even if your camera settings change (aperture, ISO, shutter-speed), RAWBlend will take those into account and calculate the theoretical changes in light - then adjusts for it in your timelapse animation. You only need to process the starting and ending keyframes. In the videos above, I only processed the start and end, doing no adjustments by hand. I think this is pretty cool.

Check it out and download at
http://www.panolapse360.com/rawblend/

Please test it out and let me know if you have any comments or feedback for new features.

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Patrick


Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:32 pm
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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
Looks great! Hopefully I can do some shooting this weekend so I can try it out.


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Looks nice! Does it "blend" WB as well?

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Looks good, would like to see a version that works with PhaseOnes Capture One Pro software :-)

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It does blend WB.

It can interpolate between any of the basic "color/exposure settings" in Lightroom or Photoshop
(temperature, tint, exposure, brightness, contrast, shadow/highlight, fill/recovery, blacks, whites, vibrance, and saturation).

There may be support in the future to animate other settings like vignette, shadow/highlight color tints, and so forth, but those aren't generally used unless for special effects.


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Sounds nice!

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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
Interesting, what's the differences with LRTimelapse ?


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I guess that is a no then........... :(

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WAT. Great job!
This is amazing!


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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
DrMacabre wrote:
Interesting, what's the differences with LRTimelapse ?
I'm interested in this question as well. I'm thinking of changing from LRT to RAWBlend but wanna know the (dis)advantages.

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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
As i got nothing to complain about the software itself, the support is quite disappointing. I've requested a license change (going from windows to osx) 15 days only after purchasing my license and never got any reply. So much for supporting developers. :(


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Thanks for this reply, might be quite helpful!

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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
i never used rawblending, I'm familiar with LRTimelapse so i stick to it unless someone shows me some benefits of switching to something else.

i only used Panolapse but ended up doing my pans & tilts within premiere because i don't want to boot up windows just for this.


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Post Re: Introducing RAWBlend (+AutoExposure) - RAW interpolator
DrMacabre wrote:
Interesting, what's the differences with LRTimelapse ?


blueeden wrote:
It does blend WB.

It can interpolate between any of the basic "color/exposure settings" in Lightroom or Photoshop
(temperature, tint, exposure, brightness, contrast, shadow/highlight, fill/recovery, blacks, whites, vibrance, and saturation).

There may be support in the future to animate other settings like vignette, shadow/highlight color tints, and so forth, but those aren't generally used unless for special effects.



It looks like at this stage difference is that LRTimelapse can do more.

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