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Immix

Immix aligns and merges a set of similar images in order to decrease their noise. This technique can be used to compensate for the large amount of numerical noise that results from taking digital photographs in low-light conditions with short exposure times.

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  •  11 Dec 2007 12:04

    Release Notes: Image alignment is now threaded, and should use multi-core machines to their full potential. Threaded image alignment also means that the UI doesn't freeze anymore. A new dialog is shown during alignment, displaying image transformation data. A Russian translation was included. A Slackware package is now available. Icons were added here and there. There were various bugfixes, improvements, and optimizations.

    •  02 Dec 2007 01:28

      Release Notes: Images are now aligned with subpixel precision, thus improving the final averaged image resolution. A welcome screen was added, and images can be dropped there. Tool tips were added everywhere. The main window was improved. A setup program is now included with the single .exe file. Memory usage was decreased. Some bugs were fixed.

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