From the file menu select Open Image and open an image file containing
dust bunnies. Move the mouse pointer over a dust bunny, then right click
and select Mark from the popup menu. A circle will appear over the dust
You can resize the marker circle using the mousewheel or the plus or minus
keys. Adjust the position of the marker circle by dragging it with the mouse
or by using the arrow keys.
When the marker circle is positioned correctly, right click and select Blast
from the popup menu to get rid of the bunny. You can undo one or more blasting
operations in reverse order by selecting Undo from the popup menu.
Note: The blasting operation uses the currently configured blasting threshholds
(unless threshholds have been disabled). If nothing happens when you select
Blast from the popup menu, it's because your blasting threshholds are set too
high. See the Settings Menu to adjust the blasting threshholds.
Before you can batch process images you will need to create a reference file.
See Creating the Reference file.
Put all the images you want to process in a directory by themselves.
It's also a good idea to put the reference file in the same directory, but
it's not required.
Go to the "Tools" menu, and "Batch blast". On the "batch blast" dialog box
press the "Load files" button and select all the files you want to blast.
Press the "Load reference" button and select the reference file you created
earlier. If you selected "Process hotpixels only" on the Settings dialog
you don't have to load a reference file.
Finally, press the "Blast" button. You'll see various progress indicators
as the blasting takes place. The original images are left unmodified;
processed files will be located in a subdirectory called dbblast by default
or another user selected output directory.
That's all there is to it. Pretty simple!