Aligning for Enfuse
- Pardon me if I'm a bit ignorant, but have either Erik or Ingemar
created an option to align images before enfusing them? Is there a
Personally I like the simplicity of Erik's droplet better, but
Ingemar's GUI does give us more use of options.
- On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 at 16:51, marchuff wrote:
> Pardon me if I'm a bit ignorant, but have either Erik or IngemarThere is no switch but a command line program in the hugin suite:
> created an option to align images before enfusing them? Is there a
> simple switch?
align_image_stack, which works almost perfect for that. In my current
droplet package there is a version using this. But be warned: You
need a recent hugin snapshot, which is more or less in alpha state
will probably do!
You further need exiftool if you want EXIF info copied to the result
And the droplets of course:
Please read the readme.txt file carefully!
All this is in testing state. I'll be grateful if you send me bug
- So far all work well. The alignment feature isn't the best (Photomatix does
better) but I do like Enfuse's blending much more. I'm fixing it the best I
can in PS.
If I do run into any bugs, though, I'll let you know directly.
Thanks for all your work, Erik. We all appreciate it.
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- On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 at 16:48, Marc Huff wrote:
> So far all work well. The alignment feature isn't the best (Photomatix doesInteresting, since align_image_stack does a real remapping (it is an
automated version of what you could do f.e. in PTGui or hugin
manually: create controls points, optimize, remap) it should work
better than a mere image shift. Hence the input projection type is
important (sorry, forgot to mention that in the readme). If you use a
fisheye, you should specify -e in enfuse_align_droplet.bat (use
notepad to edit).