Re: Hugin Translation x PTGui Viewpoint optimization
Bruno Postle <bruno <at> postle.net>
2014-10-14 21:11:57 GMT
On Tue 14-Oct-2014 at 09:54 -0300, Carlos Eduardo G. Carvalho (Cartola) wrote:
> 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
> 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.
A list of frequently asked questions is available at: http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_FAQ
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