hdr is a high dynamic range image processing library for double-precision image processing. The lib is able to handle OpenEXR files , which is a HDR image file format, allowing a set of operations such as copying pixels, re-sampling channels or adding new ones.

The library provides a class to handle post processing effects, allowing the developer to apply several filters using a queue. Some of the available filters include Bokeh, Gaussian blur, threshold, bloom, multiply, Vignette and linear fog. Filters are applied in chunks, avoiding huge CPU spikes.


package  {
	import eu.liquify.hdr.Image;
	import eu.liquify.hdr.ImageMapper;
	import flash.display.*;
	import flash.text.*;

	public class ExposureExample extends Sprite {
		private var image:Image;
		private var displays:Vector.<Number>;
		private var displayIndex:int = -1;

		// Exposure values for the different grid examples
		private var exposures:Vector.<Number> = new [0.01, 0.1, 1, 10];
		private var mapper:ImageMapper;
		private var label:TextField;

		public function ExposureExample() {
			// Create 320x180 image with default attributes (few if any other settings are supported at this time).
			image = new Image(320, 180);


			mapper = new ImageMapper();
			mapper.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, mappingComplete);

			label = new TextField();
			label.defaultTextFormat = new TextFormat("Arial", 12, 0xFFFFFF);
			label.autoSize = TextFieldAutoSize.LEFT;


		// Generate a sample HDR image from a few funky math functions.
		private function generateImage():void {
			var w:int = image.width;
			var h:int = image.height;

			// Get each color channel as a Vector of Numbers
			var r:Vector.<Number> = image.getChannel("R").values;
			var g:Vector.<Number> = image.getChannel("G").values;
			var b:Vector.<Number> = image.getChannel("B").values;

			for (var iy:int = 0; iy < h; iy++) {
				for (var ix:int = 0; ix < w; ix++) {
					var index:int = ix+iy*w;
					var dx:Number = ix-w*0.5;
					var dy:Number = iy-h*0.5;
					var dist:Number = Math.sqrt(dx*dx+dy*dy);
					r[index] = Math.sin(dist*0.1+0/3*Math.PI*2)/(1+dist)*20;
					g[index] = Math.sin(dist*0.1+1/3*Math.PI*2)/(1+dist)*20;
					b[index] = Math.sin(dist*0.1+2/3*Math.PI*2)/(1+dist)*20;

		// Initialize a grid of some display bitmaps for displaying different results.
		private function initDisplays():void {
			displays = new Vector.<Number>(4, true);
			for (var i:int = 0; i < displays.length; i++) {
				var data:BitmapData = new BitmapData(image.width, image.height);
				var display:Bitmap = new Bitmap(data);
				display.x = (i%2)*image.width;
				display.y = int(i/2)*image.height;
				displays[i] = display;

		// Process next display example bitmap in the grid.
		private function nextDisplay():void {
			if (displayIndex >= displays.length) return;

			var display:Bitmap = displays[displayIndex];

			// Initialize the mapper with the HDR image and LDR BitmapData, this alone only sets internal state, remap() is required for processing to actually begin.
			mapper.init(image, display.bitmapData);

			// Exposure controls how bright or dark the mapped image comes out as, you can think of it as how long the "image film" gets exposed for.
			mapper.exposure = exposures[displayIndex];

			// Initiate the asynchronous remapping process, Event.COMPLETE is dispatched when it completes.

		// When HDR -> LDR image mapping completes (async for preview / performance reasons), add exposure label and render the next display.
		private function mappingComplete(e:Event):void {
			label.text = "Exposure: "+exposures[displayIndex];
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