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37646Re: Is the new stitcher program/plugin ready for normal use?

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  • Wim Koornneef
    Jan 29, 2010
      Hello Roger,

      It depends on the options you normally use in PTGui.

      With PTStitcherNG 0.6b you can stitch panos and use VP correction, when the
      PTGui script contains commands for the not (yet) supported options then they
      are skipped and the output will be different from what you expect.

      If you want to use HDR/Exposure Fusion, Blend priority, Color correction,
      Devignetting then you need to do this on your source images with other
      applications before using PTStitcherNG.
      If this workaround don't fit into your workflow then you have to wait until
      PTStitcherNG is ready for it.

      You can put the PTStitcherNG download folder with all stuff in it on every
      place on your harddisk, best is to use your application folder.
      In PTGui you set in the prefs, tab Panorama Tools, the full path to
      PTStitcherNG.exe (if you are on Windows) or PTStitcherNG (when you are on
      Mac OSX) in the field PTStitcher/Nona/PTMender application.
      You don't have to check any of the options below the field and you don't
      have to install a Panotools.bundle library.

      When creating a pano you choose for the stitcher Panorama Tools (
      The blender must be set to Panorama Tools (default).
      When you output to TIF you can choose another blender but don't do this,
      when you output to JPEG the Blend using option is not available.
      You can choose a different interpolator if you don't want to use Poly3 for
      any reason.
      If in doubt don't change Poly3, it is the fastest interpolator and it
      delivers a good result.
      You can uncheck the options Use fast transform and Show script, you are now
      ready to go.


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