Im thinking of upgrading (processor and mobo) from a 2.4 GHZ Athlon
primarily to get faster stitch speeds and a more responsive workflow.
Im looking at the new processors and the fastest is the dual core
A64 AM2 6000 which runs at 3.0Ghz. Now as ptgui is unsupported for
dual-core does this mean Ill only get a 25% speed increase from
2.4Ghz to 3.0Ghz or in the real world from say 4 minutes to 3 and a
Hardly seems worth it.
Seems a bit crap as Ive had this processor more than 3 years, or am
I missing something.
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Pat Swovelin <Panoramas@...> wrote:
>I do not have the Pro version, only tested PTGui 7.2
> On 8/4/2007 6:34 AM, Hans Nyberg rambled on about ...:
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "erik leeman" <erik.leeman@> wrote:
> >> I did some more runs to see if the results were reliable.
> >> Not very I'd say now. The spread is just to wide between runs with
> >> identical settings : (
> > Well I just discovered what seems to be a bug in either panotools or
> > PTGui Windows.
> > PTGui 7.2 Panotools from Joost and the fast pano12.dll from Jim Watters
> > Try this.
> > 1. Stitch using PTgui but warp with panotools. no fast transform
> > 2. Just book the use fast transform and stitch again without
> > restarting PTgui
> > 3. unbook fast transform and stitch without restarting PTGui
> > 4. Save the last settings and close. open again and stitch.
> > You will see that the fast transform reduces time with around 30% but
> > it does not change
> > back to No fast transform before you save it and restart,
> > On Mac the fast transform does not have any effect at all with
> > panotools warping, only
> > with PTgui
> Was this with PTGui 7.2 or PTGui Pro 7.2 (there may be a difference)?