Lenticular Photo Processor program
is designed to take the frame sets obtained by the Lenticular Photo Capture program and prepare them for printing.
Within this program you can load frame sets, align the frames (the X and Y directions, rotation and zoom). This program also allows you to select the final
crop and the final size of the finished image and interlace to the
desired pitch. You can then print from this program.
One of the most tedious and time consuming parts of the
lenticular image process is the alignment of the multiple images in a
frame set. This is especially so when multiple cameras are used. The Lenticular Photo Processor program resolves this quickly and
easily. By capturing a set of images of red-green target the
program can automatically create an alignment file.
This alignment file is used to correct all the
frame sets taken at this session as long as the camera set up is not
changed. The first step is to select the base reference frame; this
will normally be one of the central frames. All the other frames will
be scaled, aligned and shifted relative to this frame. So, each frame
will be shifted by axis X and by axis Y, rotated and scaled. These
corrections will all be saved in the special alignment file with .align extension. These files can be kept, loaded into the program and used to
correct and align a series of frames.
You may to adjust the frames manually usig the shift, rotate and zoom program's buttons or keys on the keyboard. You may shift the stereo window for all frames at once, shift the "zero point" for each separate frame.
This program allows you to automate the whole process from capturing the image to
the printing. Besides the program saves the preset options for formulating the interlaced image: image size, lenticular pitch etc.
The Lenticular Photo Processor
program accepts input formats BMP, PNG,
output files are TIFF. The color mode of
input and output files is RGB. The
program supports TIFF files with LZW compression. TIFF files containing more
than 4 layers are not supported.