> For those unwilling to spend $49.85 for Focus Corrector, you may find
> the freeware Unshake a suitable alternative:
> It also uses Fourier transforms.
> Tom Nelson
> Tom Nelson Photography
The results you are getting are amazing but due to problems with my
computer I was unable to get it to work. I think it may be possible to
improve the user interface. I like the idea of an input folder and an
output folder. But if in addition to that if you generated a set of
output images, maybe twelve, according to a distribution (possibly
initially random) of input parameters then allow the user to select the
best, say two or three, of that set as a way to generate new sets of
parameters. That process could be repeated allowing the user do
eliminate by selection paths of failed parameters. It would also add
meaning to its name 'Small Wriggly Thing'.
Thank you for putting it together and good luck with your project,