Re: configuration help
To: email@example.com (Nelson Minar)
Subject: Re: configuration help
From: "Aram W. Mirzadeh" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 10:26:14 -0500
From crynwr.com!aliaslinux-connectix-owner Tue Feb 13 09: 27:07 1996
At 11:58 PM 2/12/96 MST, you wrote:
>>I searched far and wide for pmegenhance and couldn't get the source or
>>any hint of binaries. Did find the man page once. Can someone point me
>>to it. Thanks.
>It's part of the pbmplus (aka netpbm) set of tools. Try on a sunsite
>mirror at apps/graphic/convert.
>I haven't tried pgmenhance, but I noticed that the GIMP's enhance
>filter does a nice job on the 64 grey pictures I get out of my
>quickcam. The main problem with the quickcam pictures is the contrast
>isn't great, things are a bit blurry. The enhancement cleaned that up.
>The GIMP is a free Photoshop-like program, see
>interesting and ambitious project, by the way.
>For people setting up their quickcams for the first time, I really
>recommend trying out xfqcam - at least, for me it is currently the
>easiest to use interactive program.
My problem is that my linux machine doesn't have a "real" monitor on it.
It's a 13" black and white joby. I use my Windows 3.11 machine and
Reflection X to do my X work. xfqcam requires bpp settings which I
can't emulate. :-(
Aram W. Mirzadeh, MIS Manager, Qosina Corporation
Apache httpd server team http://www.apache.org