Urs Kiehl | 21 Nov 20:04 2014
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hugin 2014.0: align_image_stack() cannot read 16bit bw tiffs

Trying to read a 16bit bw tiff results in  
"importImage(): Number of channels in input and destination image don't match."

This is triggered from align_image_stack().


Maybe hugin uses an outdated version of vigra. In the recent version, a type cast has been added at this check in importImage():

          vigra_precondition((static_cast<unsigned
int>(import_info.numBands())
                               == image_accessor.size(image_iterator)) ||
                              import_info.numBands() == 1,
               "importImage(): Number of channels in input and
destination image don't match.");

  Urs K.

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allelopath | 21 Nov 02:13 2014
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Stitching photos from microscope with Hugin

I'm having difficulty stitching photos taken from a camera through a microscope. I've stitched plenty of photos using Hugin, but this is different. Apparently the lens normally imparts information such as focal length such that Hugin knows how to stitch. With the microscope, however, there is not a lens, but rather an adapter. This one:

http://www.microscopenet.com/microscope-adapter-nikon-olympus-dslr-with-lens-p-181.html

When loading the images, Hugin asks me to manually enter a focal length. I have no idea what to enter, but with some experimenting, its around 22. This produces a recognizable but not usable image.

Example images are here:

http://imgur.com/a/i1coA

Can anyone give me advice on how to do this?

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DrShaz Austin D | 21 Nov 04:00 2014
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wxWidgets Debus Alert (693)

I see others are having a similar problem with the following message:

wxWIdgets Debug Alert

../src/common/menucmn.cpp(693): assert "! m_menuBar" failed in Attach():attaching menu twice?

So you want to stop the program?

You can also choose [Cancel] to suppress further warnings

I cannot cancel, yes or no.  I have to force quit.  Any suggestions?  This is my first version and I downloaded it twice.  


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yi yong lim | 20 Nov 08:35 2014
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can't create panorama as final jpeg

can't create panorama as final jpeg

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yi yong lim | 20 Nov 08:19 2014
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i can't save the final picture


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Alister Ling | 19 Nov 04:40 2014
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workflow enfuse with no panorama?! can't figure it out

Please help! And I will help others in return. I feel like I'm missing the obvious but after hours of trying I am near the point of giving up.

I can load images and see exif data. As far as I can tell, I do not need to do anything else on the photos tab.  I have no need for the masks or control points tab functions. I come to stitcher, the default projection is equirectangular - I hope that's what I need. Or is it rectilinear?! I check the box "Combined Stacks" even though I do not have anything stacked yet, because there seems nothing else reasonable to do. I put jpg as output. The batch processor ran successfully, but I can't find any final image. 

 I just can't figure out how to use hugin as described on the http://wiki.panotools.org/Enfuse site:

  • The droplets by Erik Krause are contained in the hugin windows package from http://hugin.sourceforge.net and installed ready to use. A group of image files or an entire folder can be dragged and dropped on a droplet. In case of a folder the user can specify the number of images in a bracketed series, hence multiple series can be enfused in one go. The droplets copy relevant EXIF data to the result image such that camera and lens data isn't lost f.e. for subsequent stitching. Another droplet version does automatic alignment in order to allow for handheld bracketed series. (open source)

Fantastic! Except I can't make it happen (2013.0.0.0d404a7088e6 ) the latest available from the website. 

I have no idea what a droplet is and references to droplets on the enfuse site simply lead me back to the above. 

I simply want to do enfuse in batch mode for a time lapse, but I can't figure out how to do it for even one bracket set. The tutorials all start with panorama but I do not have/want a panorama - I want to process a simple fixed camera with bracketed shots.

Some Youtube and other tutorials show previous interfaces or no sound(!). I will gladly do a fresh tutorial for other folks like me if someone helps me through this.

Regards,
Alister.

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Ella Natra | 17 Nov 17:57 2014
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Cannot save tiff image .

When i save the pto files. Tiff image does not appear in the same output folder. can i know why ? My pc run problem or there are some settings i need to set ?? Please reply ASAP.. thanks :)

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Brandon | 17 Nov 07:41 2014

Batch processor is starting to have problems.

HI all.

The batch processor is starting to give me problems. The symptoms range from taking a long time to open to the icon not responding period. Plus it like to throw me a few different errors once in a while.

When trying to start it once in a while I get this

DDE data request failed: A request for a synchronous data transaction has timed out.


Once going I once in a while get messages along the lines of


10:35:00 PM: W:\zoober\source\weekend B\WA long beach\gameroom/long_beach0321.TIF: unknown field with tag 59932 (0xea1c) encountered (in module "TIFFReadDirectory")

Once it finally gets going if I remove all of the completed projects from the que it tends to think life is good again for a while. A few dozen projects later it starts slowing down and not responding very quickly if at all.

Any thoughts?

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John Muccigrosso | 15 Nov 01:15 2014
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Incrementally building a photomosaic?

I have about a dozen photos, overhead shots taken of an area. They don't cover all of it, so the final output is going to be a little weird looking. Hugin finds a lot of control points attaching the photos one to another, but the final output is very poor (in fact the fast preview shows the artifacts mentioned here).

I started instead with just two photos and that stitch went fine, so I'm thinking it might just be simplest to work through the set incrementally (though it may be that I'm doing something stupid elsewhere, too).

If I were to do this incrementally, what's the best approach? Start with two. Output an image. Start again with that image and the next one. Output. And so on?

TIA.

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ksbalaji | 12 Nov 10:29 2014
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Re: Abridged summary of hugin-ptx <at> googlegroups.com - 2 updates in 1 topic

I'm using android now. How to switch?

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On 12 Nov 2014, at 1:21pm, hugin-ptx <at> googlegroups.com wrote:
Barney Holmes

Hi,
 
I wanted to try autopano-sift-c again as it was the first algorithm I
discovered for matching images. I also had some bad performance from cpfind
and wanted to compare with sift.
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Hello Barney,
 
On Wed, 12 Nov 2014 07:08:30 +1100, Barney Holmes
 
> I wanted to try autopano-sift-c again as it was the first algorithm I
> discovered for matching images. I also had some bad ...more
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Barney Holmes | 11 Nov 21:08 2014
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autopano-sift-c sourceforge tarball build instructions ?

Hi,

I wanted to try autopano-sift-c again as it was the first algorithm I discovered for matching images. I also had some bad performance from cpfind and wanted to compare with sift.

I followed this guide ...

http://mayukhmukherjee.wordpress.com/2014/04/05/installing-hugin-autopano-sift-c-in-linux/

But I always get a segmentation fault.

But I found "(Note February 2011: The latest source code of autopano-sift-C has been unstable for a long time now and nobody is working to fix it. Use the 2.5.1 release tarball instead)" - http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_Compiling_Ubuntu#Autopano-sift-C

However I can't see how to build the release tarball from sourceforge. There are no build instructions. I tried adapting the mercurial build instructions but it fails in being unable to find AutoPanoSift.h

Thanks for any help in advance.

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