I created a new plugin. It takes a series of bracked pictures and merges them one HDR exr file.
Main use would be for on set vfx shoots.
You just plant the camera, push the button, run away, wait (30 sec for all the pics, 1 min for the merge) and download the exr.
It measures the middle lighting situation and bases the other pictures of the bracket on that. It takes 2 stop increases. It tries to keep the iso as low as possible but also the exposure time, when exposure gets above 1 sec, it increases iso (until it runs out of iso and then increases exposure time again .)
See https://github.com/iamagod/HDR2EXR for the files etc.
Enjoy, let me know what you think!
- The picture taking part is largely based on the work of Ichi Hirota’s dual-fisheye plug-in https://github.com/theta360developers/original-dual-fisheye-plugin
- The integration of OpenCV is a combination of RICOH Blog Post: "Running OpenCV in Your RICOH THETA" and https://www.learn2crack.com/2016/03/setup-opencv-sdk-android-studio.html and a lot of trail and error!
- The HDR part is based on https://www.learnopencv.com/high-dynamic-range-hdr-imaging-using-opencv-cpp-python/
Feel free to change, improve and of course use!