Monthly Archive for January, 2014

Luminance HDR 2.4.0

Luminance HDR 2.4.0 is out!

This release introduces a few new features: automatic anti-ghosting, FITS support, integration with Windows Task Bar, improved I/O with TIFF 32 bit (which will make possible to export to third party software for high-quality post processing), redesigned merge algorithms.

Of course, because we have so many new features out on the table, we are aware that we might have a lot of bug reports: please use our Tracker and we will try to tackle them as soon as possible.

Minimum requirement for Luminance HDR is a CPU that supports SSE2.

For Mac OS X users, Luminance HDR has been compiled on Maverick (10.9) and should be compatible with Mac OS X 10.8 as well.

If you spot any bug, or you want to suggest a new feature, please use our Tracker.

You can download Luminance HDR 2.4.0 using one of these links:

Windows (64-bit) setup ][ Windows (64-bit) 7z ]
Windows (32-bit) setup ][ Windows (32-bit) 7z ]
Mac OS X (64-bit, Intel) - Mac OS X 10.8 ]
Source Code ]

If you appreciate Luminance HDR, please consider a donation (there is no minimum amount!):

If you want to share with other users your results, you can use our Flickr group and Facebook group.

For advanced users: if you want to compile your copy of Luminance HDR, please note that Luminance HDR requires Qt5 from this version onwards. If for some reasons you cannot install Qt5 on your platform, we have reports of Luminance HDR running smoothly on Linux under Wine 1.6.1.