19246Re: [PanoToolsNG] Hugin and HDR from a single RAW file
- Apr 1, 2008On Mon 31-Mar-2008 at 20:55 -0700, Huy Hoang wrote:
>I've been using Hugin to create panorama pictures, but last week IThis is effectively what hugin will do anyway (ie. remap, merge with
>was playing with creating HDR from a single RAW file using Ufraw
>and Enfuse (for more information on it under Ubuntu:
>In which order should I use the tools to create HDR panorama?
>If I use Enfuse first, would Hugin have a problem blending the HDR
>photos created by Enfuse? Would it affect autopano-sift in auto
>detecting matching points?
enfuse, then blend with enblend). So you will be ok creating
'enfused RAW' images and then stitching them with hugin as normal.
>If I use Hugin first, how do I save the settings in Hugin to applyWith a hugin-0.7.0 pre-release you add all the images as normal and
>to several sets of different exposures to get consistency before
>feeding them to Enfuse?
let the photometric optimisation figure-out which images are part of
..but in your case, as there is no need to align the stacks, it is
simpler to do the enfuse thing separately.
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