pilray question

Hi,

Does anyone have an idea if "pilray" library is still available somewhere on the Internet?
I've tried to download it from
http://www.python.net/crew/schorsch/pilray.html
but the download link is broken.

Thanks,
Marija

Marija.

I might still have a copy at home which I could
send you this evening. However the patches where
written for an old version of PIL (1.3) and do not
work for current versions.

Depending on what you want to do with it you could
try another HDR toolkit or just call the Radiance
p-binaries (pvalue, phisto etc) in your Python scripts.

Right now I don't know whether ImageMagick does support
Radiance RGBE format and - if it does - what you could do
with it.

Thomas

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Subject: [Radiance-general] pilray question

Hi,

Does anyone have an idea if "pilray" library is still
available somewhere on the Internet?
I've tried to download it from
http://www.python.net/crew/schorsch/pilray.html
but the download link is broken.

Thanks,
Marija

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