Re: Where to place feature requests?
2010-11-01 00:02:32 GMT
On Sun 31-Oct-2010 at 14:20 -0700, Eric O'Brien wrote: > Well, this is an interesting point. I also shoot the horizon row > first, then the zenith, then the nadirs. That is, I don't proceed > top to bottom or bottom to top but shoot the middle row, the top > "row" and then the bottom "row." > > For me, the assumption that "pictures that are next to each other > in the shooting sequence are also next to each other in the > panorama." will be incorrect. The multi-row option is more sophisticated than this, matching consecutive images is only the first step in the process. It is able to deal with rows or columns in any order. > On the other hand, if I (we) are shooting a sequence that is > standard for us, it seems that using a Template would work. Apply > the template would distribute the images in close to the correct > locations on the sphere. Then the trick would be to get the > control point generators to generate points only between adjacent > images. Yes you can do this in Hugin currently, use an existing project as a template with the File -> Apply Template function, then use a 'prealigned panorama' control point detector preset. This is definitely the most efficient way to align multiple panoramas taken with the same setup. Sorry, we are really suffering from a lack of documentation(Continue reading)