ALE is an image-processing program used for tasks such as super-resolution, deblurring, noise reduction, and anti-aliasing. Its principle of operation is synthetic capture, combining multiple inputs representing the same scene.
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Release Notes: This testing release fixes a serious memory leak, fixes an output bit depth bug, and refines bit depth checks.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious memory leak, adds a manual page, and refines checks for bit depth capabilities.
Release Notes: This testing release has been updated to fix a bashism in the wrapper script. It also includes other minor fixes to the documentation tree.
Release Notes: This release fixes certain compilation errors under recent GCC versions, and includes other minor fixes in the documentation tree.
Release Notes: This testing release adds support for regional adjustment of tone (e.g., for varying lighting conditions), includes various multi-alignment fixes and updates, and adds a man page.