Greg 'groggy' Lehey | 1 Jun 02:05 2012
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Re: Funny project

On Thursday, 31 May 2012 at 15:39:22 -0300, Carlos Eduardo G. Carvalho (Cartola) wrote:
> http://www.instructables.com/id/360-analog-camera-hat/?ALLSTEPS

Nice one.  Seems that it would be easier with old digital cameras,
though.

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kfj | 1 Jun 09:30 2012
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Re: Windows Build of GUI Overhaul Branch

On 28 Mai, 21:48, Matthew Petroff <matt... <at> mpetroff.net> wrote:

> While I included enough of Python for Hugin to run, I did not include
> enough for the Python based features to work.

What is the point? Why don't you just do it like Brian in his Windows
build which he published a couple of days before you? It's a python-
enabled build, so to run it, python has to be installed. Not a
crippled isolated version (which is specifically missing the modules
which would be needed to run the few included plugins), but an
ordinary python install which everyone can get with a few clicks from
python.org. Your minimal python takes up lots of space and has heaps
of totally unnecessary stuff, and if any needed python modules can be
installed into it, it would take some wizardry which is certainly way
beyond the usual mechanism of just picking them up from the 'cheese
shop' (the python package index PyPI).

> I also mistook
> "_hsi.pyd" for a ".pyc" file and accidentally deleted it before
> packaging the build.

Ooops... you happened to forget the core component ;-)

If your intention was to provide a demo of the new GUI, you had better
built it without python. Packaging a crippled python interface will
make everyone think it's crap.

> Here is a new build that includes a stripped down
> Python install similar to what is included with Blender or the GIMP
> (the old build only included Python32.dll).
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Emad ud din Bhatt | 1 Jun 06:16 2012
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Re: Funny project

But how image will be stitched with this camera rig using Hugin ?  It will be hard to stitch due to parallax error. But one time effort to a successful stitch will be enough.Than just Point click and stitch with template :)
 



On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 5:05 AM, Greg 'groggy' Lehey <groogled <at> gmail.com> wrote:
On Thursday, 31 May 2012 at 15:39:22 -0300, Carlos Eduardo G. Carvalho (Cartola) wrote:
> http://www.instructables.com/id/360-analog-camera-hat/?ALLSTEPS

Nice one.  Seems that it would be easier with old digital cameras,
though.

Greg
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Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

Hi,

I usually stitch remapped images and run enblend by hand, to avoid things like that and have to start all over. It is just an idea. I usually run by hand with parameters like:

-w (to wrap horizontally as I make fullsphere panoramas)
-m 6000 (to increase memory usage as I have 8G RAM in this machine)
--compression=95 (to set JPG quality when I want a jpg output file)

So:

enblend -w -m 6000 --compression=95 -o output.jpg input0001.tif input0002.tif ...

I usually refer to all input files with a wildcard like input*.tif

Cheers,

Carlos E G Carvalho (Cartola)
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http://cartola.org/panoforum



2012/5/31 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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ecs1749 | 1 Jun 18:03 2012
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Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

Thanks, that should save some time.  I shuffled the order of the tif files and was able to go further but enblend still crash w the 255 error.


What about that .mk file?  Is hugin using a standard make?  

On Friday, June 1, 2012 4:20:06 AM UTC-7, Cartola wrote:
Hi,

I usually stitch remapped images and run enblend by hand, to avoid things like that and have to start all over. It is just an idea. I usually run by hand with parameters like:

-w (to wrap horizontally as I make fullsphere panoramas)
-m 6000 (to increase memory usage as I have 8G RAM in this machine)
--compression=95 (to set JPG quality when I want a jpg output file)

So:

enblend -w -m 6000 --compression=95 -o output.jpg input0001.tif input0002.tif ...

I usually refer to all input files with a wildcard like input*.tif

Cheers,

Carlos E G Carvalho (Cartola)
http://cartola.org/360
http://cartola.org/panoforum



2012/5/31 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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ecs1749 | 1 Jun 18:19 2012
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Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

Okay.  It's obvious the crash is not caused by the number of tif files enblend loaded but by certain tif files.  This is very discouraging.  Been trying for days to get one picture done but ran into one roadblock after another.


Anybody has any ideas on how to get around this 255 error?  Is there an alternative program I can try?

On Thursday, May 31, 2012 2:55:37 PM UTC-7, ecs1749 wrote:
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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Re: Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

You can try multiblend:

List history about it

The tool site

Good luck!

Carlos E G Carvalho (Cartola)
http://cartola.org/360
http://cartola.org/panoforum



2012/6/1 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
Okay.  It's obvious the crash is not caused by the number of tif files enblend loaded but by certain tif files.  This is very discouraging.  Been trying for days to get one picture done but ran into one roadblock after another.

Anybody has any ideas on how to get around this 255 error?  Is there an alternative program I can try?


On Thursday, May 31, 2012 2:55:37 PM UTC-7, ecs1749 wrote:
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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ecs1749 | 1 Jun 21:03 2012
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Re: Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

WORKS!!!  Very fast and processed all 147 tif files without even a slightest sigh or cough!

On Friday, June 1, 2012 11:47:09 AM UTC-7, Cartola wrote:

You can try multiblend:

List history about it

The tool site

Good luck!

Carlos E G Carvalho (Cartola)
http://cartola.org/360
http://cartola.org/panoforum



2012/6/1 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
Okay.  It's obvious the crash is not caused by the number of tif files enblend loaded but by certain tif files.  This is very discouraging.  Been trying for days to get one picture done but ran into one roadblock after another.

Anybody has any ideas on how to get around this 255 error?  Is there an alternative program I can try?


On Thursday, May 31, 2012 2:55:37 PM UTC-7, ecs1749 wrote:
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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Re: Re: enblend: info: loading next image: <name>.tif 1/1 make: *** [<name>.jpg] Error 255

Oh yeah, it is much much faster than enblend, but sometimes I've had some blend mistakes, mainly when images overlap too much. And the order you pass him the images makes difference (I guess), so, if you run in trouble someday try to change this.

It is also a good idea to read the messages about it at hugin-ptx list history.

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2012/6/1 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
WORKS!!!  Very fast and processed all 147 tif files without even a slightest sigh or cough!

On Friday, June 1, 2012 11:47:09 AM UTC-7, Cartola wrote:
You can try multiblend:

List history about it

The tool site

Good luck!

Carlos E G Carvalho (Cartola)
http://cartola.org/360
http://cartola.org/panoforum



2012/6/1 ecs1749 <ecs1749 <at> gmail.com>
Okay.  It's obvious the crash is not caused by the number of tif files enblend loaded but by certain tif files.  This is very discouraging.  Been trying for days to get one picture done but ran into one roadblock after another.

Anybody has any ideas on how to get around this 255 error?  Is there an alternative program I can try?


On Thursday, May 31, 2012 2:55:37 PM UTC-7, ecs1749 wrote:
Anybody know why enblend crashes with the Subject message during the stitch process?  The message appeared after Hugin invoked enblend 9 times for the first 9 tif files, and then crashed on the 10th, after displaying the above message.

Running latest version of Hugin, Windows 7.

Is there a way to restart only the enblend portion only?  I don't want to have to go through the entire process as I try different parameters for enblend...

Thanks,

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JohnPW | 2 Jun 23:05 2012
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Re: Introducing Pannellum - an HTML5 Panorama Viewer

Nice Job, Matthew. And thanks.
It seems to work fine on my Intel C2D MacBook Pro running Safari on
10.7.4.
No go on my iPod touch though as (surprising to me) Safari on iOS does
not support WebGL (I guess it's still fairly beta on Safari though.)

It would be nice to be able to use the cursor arrows to control the
panning (but I have no idea if that is technically likely. Possibly in
the full screen mode?)

Hopefully I'll be able to figure out how to use it for my own
panoramas. I hope it can to partial panoramas (as that is mostly what
I shoot.)
I look forward to experimenting with it and appreciate your hard work.

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