Unshake 1.4: Photo de-blurrer

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Mark, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. Mark

    Mark Guest

    The latest version of Unshake is now being released at
    <http://www.hamangia.freeserve.co.uk>, or (as an experiment)
    <http://www.unshake.co.uk>.

    For the majority who do not know: Unshake is a free java (and Linux C)
    program, which analyses blurred photographs and tries to work out how
    they were blurred. It then returns its best guess as to what the
    original scene would have looked like. In short, it is designed to
    remove blur from photos.

    For the minority who know: Unshake 1.4 improves on 1.3 in that;
    1) It usually gives better results. (It has a new "phase-recovery
    algorithm").
    2) It is much easier to use. (Redundant controls have been removed, and
    the algorithm is mostly automatic now.)
    3) It allows you to choose from which part of the image the blur will be
    calculated. (E.g. you can concentrate on background.)
    4) It allows you to control (roughly) how long it will work before
    giving a result.

    Have fun,
    Mark.
    PS I hope this does not seem like spam. This is an announcement at the
    time of release of free software on which I have worked for some time,
    but if there are objections, then I will not send such a message again
    to this newsgroup.
     
    Mark, Aug 2, 2003
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