Ryan Molden | 21 Oct 06:51 2014
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Hugin 2014.0.0.6951a0bde18c AVs trying to save panoramas

Hello, I recently upgraded to 2014.0.0.6951a0bde18c to get past the annoying message box warning popup on Widows when various program's used by Hugin encountered unrecognized EXIF metadata. That bug is fixed, yay, but now there is a much worse one. Every time I try to save a successfully stitched pano I see this:

"C:\Program: Interrupt/Exception caught (code = 0xc0000005, addr = 0x000007F7B81DC15F)

And it fails to save anything. The last program that appears to have run is nona, so I assume that is the one A/Ving. Is this a known issue? I earlier thought it was only in stitching TIFFs (as those are the only type I had tried), but tonight I tried simple JPGs, same issue.

Ryan

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Terry Duell | 21 Oct 00:53 2014
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Enblend-4.1.3 Fedora src.rpm here

Hello All,

For anyone who wants it, you will find a Fedora src.rpm of the last stable  
release of enblend (4.1.3) here...

<https://www.dropbox.com/s/im19c6ykd5xn335/enblend-4.1.3-1.fc20.src.rpm?dl=0>

Please let me know if you have any problems with it.

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John Muccigrosso | 20 Oct 00:06 2014
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Interface comments: The Fast Preview Window

I find a few things about the Fast Preview window confusing:

1. It's the same things as Simple mode. I think I see that the functions you want in it are nearly all the ones you want in Simple mode (you don't need to add photos when you're using it simply as Preview), but still, why is it identical? I guess this pertains to the Assistant tab, which doesn't seem necessary when you're not working in Simple mode.

2. It takes over the whole screen (on my Mac anyway) and so it isn't clear that it's a new window, instead of a replacement view for the other one. The old Preview window is a smaller window and so it's clear what has happened.

3. It has no close button, nor does it respond to the keyboard equivalent for closing. I can close it using the usual widget (red button in the "traffic light" in upper left corner), but this is odd behavior, especially since when I'm using it as the Fast Preview and not simple mode, I want to close it so that I can return to the main window. I realize that I can just go back to the main window by using the keyboard command for that (command-`) and just leave it open, but that is not nearly the behavior that you expect less expert users to know about, and it's weird to have to do it anyway when I expect to close the Preview window when I'm done with it.

So am I missing something important about this window, or is this one of those unresolved UI things.

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Mike Sopalla | 18 Oct 21:02 2014
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Final output panorama is smaller than the original; keeping the resolution 100% relative to original?

Hello all,

When I process the panorama I usually save the pto file and open it with the hugin_stitch_project.exe because the batch processor is broken (I'm on XP SP3).
The question I have is what command line command can I type to tell the stitcher, I guess enblend to output the final panorama at the same resolution as the original. I know that the
resolution must be smaller because when I open the panorama in GIMP and try overlapping part of the panorama with an image (used for making the panorama) I find the scale has changed.


Mike

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Brandon | 16 Oct 21:18 2014

What kind of lens does hugin call a Rokinon 8mm?

I have a new fish eye lens and I do not know what to tell hugin it is.

It is a dead lens, so it does not have any exif data for hugin to look at so I need to put it in by hand. The lens is a

Rokinon HD8M-C 8mm f/3.5 HD Fisheye Lens with Removeable Hood for Canon DSLR 8-8mm, Fixed-Non-Zoom Lens

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008X1C4IY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1


The part that has me stumped is it a normal lens, circular fish eye, a full frame fish eye or something else? I am using it on a cannon rebel t5 if that makes any difference. It has a focal multiplier of 1.585x


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Michael Perry | 16 Oct 19:41 2014
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Mosaics with a Copy Stand

I stitch mosaics using Hugin. My camera is mounted to a copy stand and can slide in both X and Y and uses a (calibrated) Macro lens about 40cm above the artwork. 

I am convinced that I am not using the right optimisation processes in Hugin. The workflow is:

•  Optimise in x and y to get all the images in roughly the right place and spot cpfind Control Point errors (if any)
•  Optimise in all of y,p,r,x,y and v to bring down the errors

As the HFoV approaches some (arbitrarily) small value, optimisation is complete. That just seems a bit wrong.

•  Surely I should have a constant yaw, pitch and roll? One that is applied to all of the images (including the anchor image). After all the camera only moves in X and Y and the artwork is fixed.
•  Should I be using the Plane Yaw and Plane Pitch tools - but how?
•  Is the importance of the HFoV in achieving optimisation a reflection of panotools origins as a panorama tool?

Any thoughts would be much appreciated.



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Michael Perry | 16 Oct 19:35 2014
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Mosaics

I stitch mosaics using Hugin. My camera is mounted to a copy stand and can slide in both X and Y and uses a (calibrated) Macro lens about 40cm above the copy artwork. 

I am convinced that I am not using the right optimisation processes in Hugin. The workflow is:

•  optimise in x and y to get all the images in roughly the right place and spot cpfind Control Point errors (if any)
•  optimise in all of y,p,r,x,y and v to bring down the errors

As the HFoV approaches some (arbitrarily) small value, optimisation is complete. That just seems a bit wrong.

•  Is it a reflection of panotools origins as a panorama tool?
•  Should I be using the Plane Yaw and Plane Pitch tools 

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Steven Nilsen | 15 Oct 22:10 2014
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overlapping low and hi rez images

Hi,

I've got a rather large panorama (22 photos) that I've been trying to stitch correctly, for a long time now.  I've been learning a lot about hugin as I keep at it, but I've hit a wall.  I have a few gaps in the panorama that are only filled by low-res no-zoom images that covered the whole area with a few shots.  

When I incorperate any of these lower resolution files, I lose substantial detail from the remaining parts of the image.  I have made sure to mask and crop the low res files to only add data to the image in the locations I want, but I still get the issues.  All I need to do to get the change is either include them or not from the incorperated images, I do no re-optimizing or photometric changes, but I lose resolution when the unmasked parts are added.  (JPEG of the images massive - 90 Mb for just sections to make the point, too large to attach)

Any suggestions on how to proceed?

Thanks,

Steven

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thomash2 | 15 Oct 11:57 2014
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New panoheads from TOM SHOT 360

Additional supported lenses with new rotator and selectable clicks: 3, 4, 6, & 8: The panohead for Sigma 8mm f3.5 is now Google Approved for Google Business View and Trusted Photographers!

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Brandon | 15 Oct 00:51 2014

Re: Hugin Translation x PTGui Viewpoint optimization

Could a person stitch the pano together with everything other than the handheld down shot. Stitch it take the result and turn it into a cube. Then take the floor side of the cube and using the mosaic stuff that hugin has put the hand held down shoot onto the floor side of the cube?

I have not had a down shot bad enough that I have done it yet, but I have wondered about it and if that would be possible.

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Bruno Postle | 14 Oct 23:11 2014
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Re: Hugin Translation x PTGui Viewpoint optimization

On Tue 14-Oct-2014 at 09:54 -0300, Carlos Eduardo G. Carvalho (Cartola) wrote:
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> recently I've been doing many hand held panoramas with a philopod. 
> Some other people who do the same and use PTGui usually make 
> comments about the PTGui "viewpoint correction". They say that it 
> makes very good results, allowing more tolerance in the philopod 
> rotation.

> I've been trying to use translation to improve a final result of a 
> handheld panorama, but it always mess up everything, making the 
> result worse that it was, showing like a quad, like this:

The Hugin mosaic mode fits images to a flat plane, usually in the 
middle of the output panorama.  So if your mosaic is a floor rather 
than a wall, you need to arrange your output panorama so the nadir 
is in the centre of the canvas - This is probably not what you want 
a spherical panorama to look like.

Hugin 2014.0 has Tpy and Tpp parameters to tilt this plane and put 
it anywhere you like - This is what you need.

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