Has anybody heard from Eugene (PhotoAcute) recently? I have not gotten response since late october, and I am in doubt if to be annoyed or worried.
And neither will help me find an alternative super resolution stacking program, it seems. The ImageJ plug-in is b&w only. One is Matlab based with a GUI, but Matlab does not seem to be obtainalble for normal private mortals. Many others are intended for video and use file formats other than camera raw or TIF. Others are based on single images rather than stacking, which seems to imply guesswork rather than real information. Would anybody know a real alternative to PhotoAcute? (something with a GUI) Mac preferred, but...
Kind regards - Hening.
Hening - what ImageJ plug-in are you using for super-resolution? I'd like to try it - I know it is somewhat of a pain, but could you super-res the black and white versions of each of the R, G and B channels independently and then combine them in Photoshop/Photoline/Gimp?
Also, you may want to try Octave in place of Matlab - Octave is a free, open-source computing environment analogous to Matlab, and runs many routines written in the Matlab scripting language.
I'll do a google search for the super-res plug-in for ImageJ and see what I can come up with. I currently use Fiji, a more robustly maintained ImageJ ("Fiji" = F