SImg is a software for astronomical image processing. It contains a tool for visualization of highly dynamic images. The package consists of a library and applications which use it. Some of the features are deconvolution (various methods), Video4Linux support, PSF computation, approximation by linear combination of images and polynoms, various color transforms, automatic shifting of image sets (for addition and color composition), and more.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Raster-Based Scientific/Engineering Astronomy Visualization|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Support for Firewire cameras, support of various raw data formats, support for Bayer color pattern images, and various additional features, improvements, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: The most important new features are multi time exposures (to increase the dynamic by combining different exposure times, e.g. to avoid blooming), computation of read out noise and AD resolution, and improved removal of interferences.
Release Notes: The FFT routines were improved, and are now up to 150% faster than the old ones.
Release Notes: This version contains a visualisation tool. The PSF computation has been improved, and approximation by a linear combination of images and polynoms is possible now. Support for the SBIG3 file format was added.
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