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Re: Query: Geodetic Precision using Hugin

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  • steve648750
    Bruno, Thanks for the advice of using a smaller equirectangular image photo. I may stick with a larger one as I d like to include it in some version of the
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 24, 2007
      Bruno,

      Thanks for the advice of using a smaller equirectangular image photo.
      I may stick with a larger one as I'd like to include it in some
      version of the images as a reference (JPL did something like that on
      some of the early panoramic photos from the Mars Rovers.).

      Steve

      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Bruno Postle <bruno@...> wrote:
      >
      > This isn't such a kludge, it is simpler than you imagine:
      >
      > Create your equirectangular image, it doesn't have to have a grid,
      > but do make it 360x180 pixels. Load it into your project and use it
      > to align points from your photos with known landmarks.
      >
      > hugin (and the other front ends) allow fractional pixel coordinates,
      > so there is no need to use a huge equirectangular image, just type
      > the pixel coordinates as if they were degrees - These will
      > correspond because your equirectangular base is 360 pixels wide.
      >
      > --
      > Bruno
      >
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