22 Enfuse Fusion Output Results – and the Enfuse batch code for it

22 Enfuse fusion output results, done with different parameters/values.
The fusion is made from 5 different exposed images, one original, one -1.5, +1.5, -2.5, and +2.5

All images @ Flickr Album : https://www.flickr.com/photos/133732885@N08/sets/72157655563753089

add 18/7/2015
To make this series of output tests, I altered the original ESF script a bit.
Below you can find the code for this, and you can easily adapt it for your needs.
It starts with the menu, but the code gets scrambled when I put it here, therefore I use a screen print :

menu

The code itself :

set /p Choice=Enter: 1,2,3,.. or Q to Quit –
echo.
if [%Choice%]==[1] goto fusion_folder
if [%Choice%]==[2] goto test_fusion
if [%Choice%]==[3] goto enfuse_help
if [%Choice%]==[q] goto end
if [%Choice%]==[Q] goto end
For %%a in (1,2,3,..9,q,Q) do if not [%Choice%]==[%%a] goto end

:fusion_folder
color 1F
echo.
set /p input=Set Input Fusion Folder :
echo.
set /p output=Set Output Fusion Folder :
echo.
set /p ext1=Set Input File Extention :
echo.
set /p ext2=Set Output File Extention :
pause
goto fusion_menu

:test_fusion
color 1F
echo.
enfuse –output=%output%fusion.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-weight=0 –output=%output%fusion_ex0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-weight=1 –output=%output%fusion_ew1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –saturation-weight=0 –output=%output%fusion_sw0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –saturation-weight=1 –output=%output%fusion_sw1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-weight=0 –output=%output%fusion_cw0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-weight=1 –output=%output%fusion_cw1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –hard-mask –output=%output%fusion_hm.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-edge-scale=0 –output=%output%fusion_ces0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-edge-scale=1 –output=%output%fusion_ces1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-window-size=3 –output=%output%fusion_cws0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –contrast-window-size=9 –output=%output%fusion_cws9.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=anti-value –output=%output%fusion_gp_av.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=average –output=%output%fusion_gp_a.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=l-star –output=%output%fusion_gp_ls.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=lightness –output=%output%fusion_gp_lig.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=luminance –output=%output%fusion_gp_lum.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –gray-projector=pl-star –output=%output%fusion_gp_ps.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-mu=0 –output=%output%fusion_e-mu0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-mu=1 –output=%output%fusion_e-mu1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-sigma=0 –output=%output%fusion_e-si0.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%
enfuse –exposure-sigma=1 –output=%output%fusion_e-si1.%ext2% %input%*.%ext1%

pause
goto fusion_menu

For test results, you don’t need tiff’s, it runs a lot faster when saving jpegs.
And maybe you need the results somewhere else than with the input pictures.
Therefore I made it possible to choose both input and output path,
and input/output file extension.

Above each picture there is the code I used, but its only the first part – forget the output picture name.
I used it here just to know which picture belongs to what code.
example ( green = code / red = picture file name )
enfuse –exposure-weight=0 = fusion_ew0.jpg

Original :

original

 

enfuse = ( no extra parameter )

fusion
enfuse –exposure-weight=0 = fusion_ew0.jpg

fusion_ew0

enfuse –exposure-weight=1 = fusion_ew1.jpg

fusion_ew1

enfuse –saturation-weight=0 = fusion_sw0.jpg

fusion_sw0

enfuse –saturation-weight=1 = fusion_sw1.jpg

fusion_sw1

enfuse –contrast-weight=0 = fusion_cw0.jpg

fusion_cw0

enfuse –contrast-weight=1 = fusion_cw1.jpg

fusion_cw1

enfuse –hard-mask = fusion_hm.jpg

fusion_hm

enfuse –contrast-edge-scale=0 = fusion_ces0.jpg

fusion_ces0

enfuse –contrast-edge-scale=1 = fusion_ces1.jpg

fusion_ces1

enfuse –contrast-window-size=3 = fusion_cws0.jpg

fusion_cws0
enfuse –contrast-window-size=9 = fusion_cws9.jpg

fusion_cws9

enfuse –gray-projector=anti-value = fusion_gp_av.jpg

fusion_gp_av

enfuse –gray-projector=average = fusion_gp_a.jpg

fusion_gp_a

enfuse –gray-projector=l-star = fusion_gp_ls.jpg

fusion_gp_ls

enfuse –gray-projector=lightness = fusion_gp_lig.jpg

fusion_gp_lig

enfuse –gray-projector=luminance = fusion_gp_lum.jpg

fusion_gp_lum

enfuse –gray-projector=pl-star = fusion_gp_ps.jpg

fusion_gp_ps

enfuse –exposure-mu=0 = fusion_e-mu0.jpg

fusion_e-mu0

enfuse –exposure-mu=1 = fusion_e-mu1.jpg

fusion_e-mu1

enfuse –exposure-sigma=0 = fusion_e-si0.jpg

fusion_e-si0

enfuse –exposure-sigma=1 = fusion_e-si1.jpg

fusion_e-si1

 

 

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