PhotomatixCL is a command-line program for HDR photo processing which is designed to be integrated into automated imaging solutions.
PhotomatixCL takes a set of bracketed photos as input. It merges the photos to HDR with alignment and ghost removal options, enhances them with the tone mapping or exposure fusion HDR preset of your choice, and saves the resulting image as JPEG or TIFF, along with the 32-bit merged HDR image file if desired.
Check the PhotomatixCL Documentation for a description of the commands for using PhotomatixCL.
PhotomatixCL is based on the same HDR styles and presets as the Photomatix Pro application which you can try for free. You can get a good idea of what PhotomatixCL can do by using Photomatix Pro's Batch Bracketed Photos tool.
PhotomatixCL runs on Windows and Linux.
A PhotomatixCL license can be used on a single machine, or shared between multiple machines.
The pricing for a PhotomatixCL license depends on the processing volume, see our Store for more information.
Download PhotomatixCL 6.1.3 for Windows (Windows 10 / 8 / 7 - 64-bit)
Download PhotomatixCL 6.1.1 for Linux (Ubuntu 16.04 / Linux Mint - 64-bit)
Download PhotomatixCL 6.1.1 for Linux (Fedora 25+ - 64-bit)
If you installed PhotomatixCL on a distro other than the ones supported and are getting an error about loading a 'libIlmImf' library, then try the statically linked version of PhotomatixCL instead:
Note that the statically linked version doesn't include lens correction.
Use the quick start installation instructions below if you are installing a license for a single machine
Go to the directory where you want PhotomatixCL to be installed, and run this command:
tar xf FolderDownloadedFile/PhotomatixCL-6.1.1.tar.gz
FolderDownloadedFile is the path to the folder where you downloaded PhotomatixCL.
If you're installing a license for use on multiple machines, or for more detail on installing PhotomatixCL, see the PhotomatixCL installation guide.
The syntax and commands for using PhotomatixCL are in the PhotomatixCL Documentation.
You can also use the PhotomatixCL Driver command line utility to run PhotomatixCL on a folder of bracketed photos.