John Barham | 31 Aug 05:56 2015
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Trouble installing Hugin 2015.0.0 on Ubuntu 12.04 (codename "precise")

Hi,

I'm having trouble upgrading Hugin 2015.0.0 on Ubuntu 12.04 (codename "precise"). The default Hugin version for Ubuntu 12.04 was 2013.0.0 but I need some of the newer features so I added the Hugin PPA per the instructions at https://launchpad.net/~hugin/+archive/ubuntu/hugin-builds (i.e., I ran "sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hugin/hugin-builds" followed by "apt-get update") but when I try running "apt-get install hugin" I get the following error:

# apt-get install hugin
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 hugin : Depends: hugin-tools (= 2014.0.0+dfsg-5ubuntu1~precise) but it is not going to be installed
         Depends: libpano13-3 but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

Any ideas? Has anyone successfully Hugin 2015.0.0 on Ubuntu 12.04?

Thanks, John

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Valerio De Luca | 28 Aug 09:30 2015
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kodak sp360

Hi guy, 
I thought to use a kodak sp360 to make spherical panos and to reduce the number of shots compared to 
a not fisheye lens camera.
I know this isn't a best solution for spherical pano like a dslr camera with fisheye len, but I'm searcing an alternative cheap solution and kodak sp360 sounds the best in this case. I wrote to Florian Knorn (author of video 
tutorials suggested in learn PTGui page) and for him kodak sp360 it's ok 
to spherical panos, maybe shotting 4 or 6 photos around and one up and 
one down:
http://www.pano.guru/tutorials/tutorial-1/
I ask me if is Hugin is ok to make spherical panos and if Hugin supports kodak sp360 (...I prefer open source in sw life so I hope Hugin is fine for my task). Here some samples shots:
http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/kodak_pixpro_sp360_review/sample_images/
I'm trying to undernstand which Mode Shot of Kodak sp360 is the best to 
get spherical panos. I thinks is Dome Mode. 
Do you have any suggests about this? Someone has the kodak sp360 and Hugin is it ok to make spherical panos with kodak sp360?
This is the manual Kodak: 
http://kodakpixpro.com/docs/manuals/actioncamera/sp360/sp360-manual-en.pdf 

This is specs sheets: 
http://kodakpixpro.com/docs/specsheets/actioncamera/sp360/sp360-specsheet-en.pdf 

Tks 
Cheers 
Valerio

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Miles Parkin | 25 Aug 20:07 2015
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Hugin Crashing on startup. Any clues?

bash-4.3$ hugin
/usr/share/hugin/data/plugins/top_five.py
   CAT:Control Points
   NAM:keep 5 CPs per image pair
/usr/share/hugin/data/plugins/shooting_pattern.py
   CAT:initial distribution
   NAM:6-1-1 Shooting Pattern
/usr/share/hugin/data/plugins/crop_cp.py
   CAT:Control Points
   NAM:Crop Control Points
/usr/share/hugin/data/plugins/woa.py
   CAT:Control Points
   NAM:Warped Overlap Analysis
Aborted


Any clues?

Cheers,

Miles.

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Jordi BASTIDE | 25 Aug 14:51 2015
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Stich Bublcam images

I'm currently trying to stitch pictures shot by Bublcam to avoid upload in their cloud. But I don't find any way to do this in Hugin.
Pictures are in a "Multiplex" format, a jpeg with 4 fisheyes captures like in the joined picture.
If someone could have an idea, it could be great.

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J. Schneider | 25 Aug 09:25 2015
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hugin crashes on win7 when opening fast preview of existing project

Hello,
testing the EV settings problem I just experienced a problem again that 
bugs me for quite some time already:

When I open an existing project, e.g. one that the assistant has just 
finished, and the first thing I do  after opening is opening the preview 
window: hugin hangs and I have to force quit.
If I open it again and optimize it before opening the preview it doesn't 
crash.
(In this specific case it was the first time that optimizing after 
opening was not a cure, I simply couldn't make the preview open.)
Happens with some projects reproducibly, with other projects it doesn't.

Win 7 SP1 64bit with hugin 2015.0.0, but I had the problem with 2014 as 
well. I'm not sure whether I had it on my previous Win XP box, but I 
believe I did.
The UI I use is the expert UI in German.
I haven't figured out any rule, like size, image count, or projection.
My panoramas are usually hand-held partial panoramas between 2 and 20 
jpg images of 12 Mpx.

Best regards
Joachim

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Bryon Wells | 25 Aug 07:42 2015

frustrating crashes - can't fix it

Hi, I can tell this group isn't mainly geared towards tech support so I'm not expecting complete hand-holding, but can anyone at least point me in the right direction?

I haven't used Hugin for a couple years. So I downloaded 2015.0.0, loaded some images, and right after the alignment completed, it crashed. Tried again, same thing. Here's the error info from windows:

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
  Application Name: hugin.exe
  Application Version: 0.0.0.0
  Application Timestamp: 55c5d99b
  Fault Module Name: StackHash_ecbf
  Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.18247
  Fault Module Timestamp: 521eaf24
  Exception Code: c0000374
  Exception Offset: 00000000000c4102
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
  Locale ID: 1033
  Additional Information 1: ecbf
  Additional Information 2: ecbf193ff323ae013a36c5ff8263d8a0
  Additional Information 3: e776
  Additional Information 4: e77620f284c4d5066d221a473eb41903

I can tell that the alignment was completed successfully, because I can see my panorama in the preview window below the error.

I've already tried:
- Roll back to 2014 version. Same error. Re-installed version 2015 after testing that. 
- Run with no other programs in the background and over 2GB of free memory
- Use pics from a differnet camera. Same error.
- Use fewer pictures (just 2 at a time instead of a bunch) same error. 
- Use pictures from a different camera. Same error. 

What should I try next? THANKS!

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Battle | 24 Aug 23:55 2015
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cylinder (not cylindrical) projection

I would like to shoot a high resolution panorama of a circular room with vertical walls in rows moving from the floor to the ceiling.  The ideal way to do this is to place the camera in the center and pan around the room for a complete row of images the full 360 degrees around, and then move the camera vertically for the next row of images.  This is effectively a partial matrix panorama.  

In my test photos because distortion factors are uniform in both x and y if I use a rectilinear projection I get many small stitch errors where the photos just won't map correctly because they are being distorted uniformly on both the x and y axes.  A cylindrical projections won't work because its mapping a sphere onto the cylinder.  I need in this example to be able to distort the image along the x axis to straighten out the lines, but not along the y axis.  Although the y axis might have to be shortened or lengthened without moving points on the vertical line along the x axis.   

Any thoughts on whether hugin could be made to do this, and how complicated (level of effort) it would be to add another projection, and if the math to do this pre-exists? Or if another platform has a cylinder projection.

Thanks,

Battle

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Donald Johnston | 22 Aug 04:48 2015
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Problem with EV setting in Preview panel

Hi I’m running Hugin "2014.0.0 built by Matthieu DESILE” on my MacBook Pro “Yosemite 10.10.4 (14E46)”.

In the Preview panel of the “Fast Panorama preview” if I set the EV using the keyboard it doesn’t seem
to apply. After running the Create Panorama the EV value gets set back to what it originally was.
If I use the up/down arrows to change the EV and run Create Panorama then the EV value is used.

Also … while clicking on the up/down arrows the Preview image doesn’t change. I have to uncheck the
Photometrics box and then recheck it to see any change.
	I find that the best way to use the EV value is to uncheck the Photometrics, click to change the EV value to
adjust the problems in one part of the image, and then recheck Photometrics.

Am I doing anything wrong here?  Should this be reported as a bug?

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Donald Johnston | 15 Aug 04:14 2015
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Writing tutorials?

If I write a tutorial for hugin how would I publish it to the tutorials page?

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Rich MacDonald | 15 Aug 01:55 2015
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Precondition violation! image sizes not consistent

I do a lot of panoramas with multi-row and multi-exposure. I usually put all the images into a single file with good results, but when the enblend "excessive overlap" hits, I cannot figure out how to recover.

Recently I switched to a more manual approach: I first build the stacks individually and create intermediate files, then I use the intermediate files to build the multi-row panorama. This usually works very well, but I sometimes run into the following:

Precondition violation!
RemappedPanoImage<RemapImage,AlphaImage>:remapImage():image sizes not consistent

The intermediate images ARE different sizes, because I do not use "pure stack" combinations. Rather, I am using hugin to align the stacks, which produces slightly different file sizes.

Any suggestions for dealing with this?

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mn casipit | 12 Aug 18:03 2015
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Tips for complete 360x180 panorama using Video Stitch + Hugin from GoPro Hero4 SE

Hello Everyone,

I've been trying to create a complete 360x180 video in Video Stitch and Hugin as my panorama stitcher but I could not. I always get 360x150 or lower so the end video has holes on top and bottom. I've tried different video orientation and size.

Would anyone here know how to do this using GoPro H4SE? So far the best I've done was a 1080p superwide view and vertically shot 8 videos. Here's the sample of it. I cant get rid of the holes on top and bottom.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0bHm6KoZp8

I chose lens type as Full Fisheye with 14.6mm Focal length and Equirectangular projection.

Thank you in advance!

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