- ... align_image_stack uses the internal hugin feature detection and control-point fine tuning, so it doesn t depend on any external tools like autopano-sift.Message 1 of 5 , Dec 31, 2007View SourceOn Mon 31-Dec-2007 at 11:05 -0800, Roger Howard wrote:
> > Yes, use align_image_stack in the hugin distribution. This doesalign_image_stack uses the internal hugin feature detection and
> > everything you want including writing out the aligned images, it
> > even outputs a .pto script so you can open the originals as a hugin
> > project.
> I don't see this anywhere in the latest SVN build of Hugin on OSX
> - sorry, I didn't specify my platform in my previous email. Any
> idea if this ships as a self-contained binary in Hugin on OSX? Is
> this dependent on Mono/.Net? Sounds like just what I need.
control-point fine tuning, so it doesn't depend on any external
tools like autopano-sift. There should be no more problem compiling
it than nona or fulla (also found in ./src/tools).
If it doesn't compile with the OS X build system then this is an
oversight, as it builds ok with cmake.
- You could also try hdrprep. http://www.luxal.eu/resources/hdr/hdrprep/tutorial.shtml and http://digilander.libero.it/bepperota/hdrprep/hdrprep_edited.htmlMessage 2 of 5 , Dec 31, 2007View SourceYou could also try hdrprep.
Bruno Postle wrote:
> On Mon 31-Dec-2007 at 10:11 -0800, Roger Howard wrote:
> >I realize this is probably out of scope for the core enfuse tool but I'm
> >sure it's also a good idea. If I were to try to piece together a cross
> >platform, unattended auto-registration tool (such as can be found in
> >Photoshop's "Auto Align Layers"), where to start?
> >- Autosift to generate control points ->
> >- PanoTools to optimize ->
> >- PTstitcher to render out results to separate images ->
> >- Enfuse to do its thing
> >Anything more direct? Something obvious I'm missing? Is there an open
> >source image align tool that I can use to skip the first three steps
> Yes, use align_image_stack in the hugin distribution. This does
> everything you want including writing out the aligned images, it
> even outputs a .pto script so you can open the originals as a hugin
> Actually align_image_stack needs a bit of work to allow it to be a
> general purpose tool for this sort of thing, for instance it assumes
> rectilinear input images, but could easily be given a fisheye
> Here are the command-line options:
> Usage: align_image_stack [options] input files
> Valid options are:
> Modes of operation:
> -p file Output .pto file (useful for debugging, or further refinement)
> -a prefix align images, output as prefix_xxxx.tif
> -o output merge images to HDR, generate output.hdr),
> -v Verbose, print progress messages
> -t num Remove all control points with an error higher than num pixels
> (default: 3)
> -f HFOV approximate horizontal field of view of input images, use if
> EXIF info not complete
> -m Optimize field of view for all images, execpt for first.
> Useful for aligning focus stacks with slightly different magnification.
> -c num number of control points to create between adjectant images
> (default: 200)
> -h Display help (this text)