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Re: PTGui Stitching Problem!! Can anyone help??

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  • brenlikescheese
    Thank you to everyone who offered me help and advice on this matter. I deleted all the control points and added them manually, which took a while, but worked
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 28, 2007
      Thank you to everyone who offered me help and advice on this matter.
      I deleted all the control points and added them manually, which took
      a while, but worked almost perfectly in the end.

      Many thanks agian.


      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "John Houghton" <j.houghton@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Since you have produced good stitches with some of the sets of
      images,
      > you should use the project file for one of these (you did save
      them,
      > didn't you?) as a template for the problem sets. Just add the
      images
      > and use File->Apply Template to copy over the lens and image
      > parameters. Then generate control points (using the control points
      > menu). Select Advanced mode. Optimize y,p,r and fov on all
      images.
      > Check the control point table and correct/delete any control points
      > with large distances reported. You might need to create some new
      > points manually. Repeat the optimization. That should get you
      close
      > to a good stitch.
      >
      > It's worth spending time creating an accurate template by assigning
      > control points manually so that they are nicely spread all along
      the
      > seams. You don't need a huge number of them. Try to get the
      average
      > control point distance down to below one pixel.
      >
      > John
      >
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