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Project Summary

The goal of the lensfun library is to provide a open source database of photographic lenses and their characteristics.

The lensfun library not only provides a way to read the database and search for specific things in it, but also provides a set of algorithms for correcting images based on detailed knowledge of lens properties. Right now lensfun is designed to correct distortion, transversal (also known as lateral) chromatic aberrations, and vignetting.

The interface is defined both using C++ style and plain C. The C interface is a wrapper around the C++ classes.

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image_processing lensfun library optics photography

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C++
63%
Python
22%
CMake
10%
7 Other
5%

30 Day Summary

Mar 20 2019 — Apr 19 2019

12 Month Summary

Apr 19 2018 — Apr 19 2019
  • 214 Commits
    Down -120 (35%) from previous 12 months
  • 9 Contributors
    Down -3 (25%) from previous 12 months