Kornel Benko | 13 Apr 15:55 2014
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Minimum boost version for enblend

The latest commit, 1056:71d42086623e specifies the minimum be 1.54.

Is that really needed?

 

The most recent boost I can 'normally' obtain for my OS is 1.50, so

without compiling boost myself I am no longer able to compile enblend.

 

I am not happy.

 

Kornel

Hansjörg Temperli | 12 Apr 23:38 2014
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Align time lapse stack

Hi Folks
I recently started with timelapse photography, and the main problem is, due to the lack of a very sturdy tripod, that i need to align the images afterwards.
My current projects have at least 800 images, so i have to call align_image_stack on the command line. During the last night, i ran a 800 image batch that ultimatively failed because in some images, ships move through the imageand the program somehow tried to align these moving objects instead of the horizon.

Now i have this idea to make it work:

Select some 10-15 points on a reference frame, then the program tries to find each point in one of the images, aligns this image and then goes on to the next image. And if it cant find a point in the vicinity (because this point is hidden by an object that moves by), it just goes on and tries the other points. 

Now if only someone could program such an algorithm... or has another idea how to align huge stacks?

Thanks!

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Rob Davis | 12 Apr 19:47 2014
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"C:\Program: Interrupt/Exception caught (code = 0xc0000005, addr = 0x000000013F8EC15F)

The above is the last line in the Status Report.  No output image file is created.

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Rob Davis | 11 Apr 20:27 2014
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Hugin "unknown field with tag" pop-ups

I have only just started to try using Hugin.

I use DXO Optics Pro to convert my raw files (NEF) to 8-bit TIFF.  Photoshop Elements v7 appears to have no trouble with these files.
However, if I load some files into Hugin, when I press "Align" I get a series of pop-ups, typically as follows:

unknown field with tag 36867 (0x9003) encountered (in module "TIFFReadDirectory")
unknown field with tag 37398 (0x9216) encountered (in module "TIFFReadDirectory")
unknown field with tag 53248 (0xd000) encountered (in module "TIFFReadDirectory")

I get three pop-ups per file, per access.  I think probably over 30 per file in total.  And I have to clear each one manually!

The unknown fields don't seem to be causing any problems - except with my patience.

Any suggestions for how I can get rid of the pop-ups and start learning what Hugin can do would be most appreciated.

 Rob

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Rob Davis | 11 Apr 20:12 2014
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Hugin pop-ups stitching TIFF files

Hi,

I've only just started using Hugin, so please be patient with me...

I use DXO Optics Pro to convert my raw (NEF) files to 8-bit TIFF.  I can stitch these without problem in Photoshop Elements v7.  If I load some files into Hugin and click "Align" I get the following pop-up warnings for each file:
"unknown field with tag 36867 (0x9003)"
"unknown field with tag 37398 (0x9216)"
"unknown field with tag 53248 (0xd000)"

Unfortunately I seem to get these 3 per file, per access, which is amounting to somewhere like 50 pop-ups!  I have to clear each one manually.  They don't seem to be causing any other problems though - just with my patience ;-)

Any suggestions how I can get rid of them would be most welcome.

 Rob

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Kornel Benko | 11 Apr 11:31 2014
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Enblend not compilable?

 

[ 0%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/enblend.dir/enblend.cc.o

In file included from /usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/enblend.cc:178:0:

/usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/common.h: In function ‘std::string enblend::expandFilenameTemplate(const string&, unsigned int, const string&, const string&, unsigned int)’:

/usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/common.h:732:25: error: ‘BOOST_FALLTHROUGH’ was not declared in this scope

In file included from /usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/mask.h:40:0,

from /usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/enblend.h:45,

from /usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/src/enblend.cc:180:

/usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/include/vigra_ext/fillpolygon.hxx: In function ‘void vigra_ext::detail::group_to_pairs(Iterator, Iterator, BackInsertIterator)’:

/usr/src/enblend/enblend-code/include/vigra_ext/fillpolygon.hxx:255:21: error: ‘BOOST_FALLTHROUGH’ was not declared in this scope

make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/enblend.dir/enblend.cc.o] Error 1

 

 

Chris, this is with the latest changeset 64255abdea39.

 

My boost version is ATM 1.49 BTW.

 

Kornel

Torsten Bronger | 10 Apr 18:03 2014
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Wanted: Your distortion parameters

Hallöchen!

Some of you will probably have .ini files (or something equivalent)
with the distortion data of your favourite panorama lenses.  It
would be highly appreciated if you provided this data to the
http://lensfun.sourceforge.net/ project.  At
<http://wilson.bronger.org/lensfun_coverage.html>, you can see the
lenses that we already have.  But we have reliable FOV/focal length
data only for the Samyang 8mm f/2.8 and the Sony E fisheye
converter, so probably your data is welcomed anyway.

I'm the one who maintains Lensfun's lens database at the moment.  So
if you have such data and are willing to give it to us, please send
an email to me containing:

- full lens model name
- camera model used for the pictures
- whether it was a partial or a 360° panorama
- the a, b, c parameters that Hugin generated
- projection that you used (rectilinear, fisheye, equisolidangle
  etc)
- the FOV/focal length that Hugin generated

Or, equivalently, the ini file that should contain all this info.

Note that Lensfun doesn't use the d, e, g, t parameters of Hugin.
So if you have included them into the optimisation, Lensfun cannot
use the data.  Possibly, it is feasible for you to load your old pto
file again and re-do the optimisation with all these parameters
fixed to zero.

Thank you very much!

Tschö,
Torsten.

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Lucie | 3 Apr 16:48 2014
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[hugin-ptx] Hugin doesn't find control points / Hugin ne trouve aucun point de contrôle

Hello,

I use Hugin for a few years but only with simple photos to assemble simple panoramas. When I uploaded the latest version Hugin couldn't find any control points ! The error indicating that groups of images non connected have been find appears everytime I click on "Align". What's happening ? Can you help me ?

French version : J'utilise Hugin depuis plusieurs années, seulement pour assembler des panoramas simples de plusieurs photos classiques. J'ai récemment téléchargé la dernière version du logiciel et Hugin ne trouve plus aucun point de contrôle entre mes images. L'erreur "Attention, X groupes d'images non connectées ont été trouvés ..." apparait à chaque fois que je clique sur "Aligner". Que se passe-t-il ? A l'aide !!

Windows 7, Hugin 2013 downloaded from SourceForge, default settings.

Thank you / merci d'avance

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Make a script to use Salado Player

Hi,

I want to make a script, ideally to be used in windows and linux, to auto generate a Salado Player and VR5 publication of a given erect image. I wonder if entile, from Panotools::Script or any other already done script/tool can generate the tiles needed to Salado Player. Does anybody knows? Bruno? :)

I was thinking about using imagemagic, but didn't understand SaladoConverter algorithm only by looking at the generated tiles. They have different sizes sometimes. I mean, at the same level images sometimes differ by 1 pixel.

For the VR5 the thing is simpler and the cube faces generated with erect2cube are ok, just need to resize maybe.

I want to make it easyer to use these free tools to put a panorama online for flash and iThing devices. First I will probably try a droplet, inspired by krpanotools, but maybe after I can try some GUI for those windows guys :)

Thanks,

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Andy | 3 Apr 00:35 2014
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When I use an include mask, I get a white rectangle in my final image

I want to control which image is used in a certain overlap area. I can add a "mask" polygon and change it to "include", but all it does is /exclude/ every other overlapping image - so I get a white rectangle. The area I specified to include is not included. What could I be doing wrong?

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pat_burrows | 28 Mar 08:10 2014
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Problem with creating panorama

I've been using hugin for quite a while - it does a great job!  Recently I got a new computer - Windows 8  - and downloaded hugin on that computer.  The first panorama I created successfully, but after that it just does nothing.

I am using the assistant.  Step 1 (load images) is OK; step 2 (align) is OK - I see the assistant runnining in its window and then it closes and displays the nicely alinged images; step 3 (create panorama), it requests output parameters which I enter and OK, it asks for the pto file name and saves it OK, it asks for the file prefix for the panorama which I enter and OK, then the Batch Processor icon appears on the task bar and then it disappears again.  If I try to run the batch processor from PTBatcherGUI.exe, the same thing (icon appears and disappears on the task bar) happens.  No panorama is produced.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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