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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: PTGUI Templates and What numbers are good?

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  • Joergen Geerds
    and, if everything fails with you template, you can always edit the .pts file with a text editor. just be very very careful :-) joergen ...
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 30, 2008
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      and, if everything fails with you template, you can
      always edit the .pts file with a text editor. just be
      very very careful :-)

      joergen

      --- John Riley <johnriley@...> wrote:

      > Maybe you are remembering this method: (1) Make a
      > good template and
      > have a repeatable head, (2) save a template file
      > with generic file
      > names (image0, image1, etc) and do NOT use absolute
      > paths, (3) Sort
      > your images into folders (if on a Mac, there is an
      > applescript for
      > this) and name them to the generic file names
      > (NameThoseFiles! is
      > great for this on Mac), (4) Drop a copy of the
      > template file into
      > each folder, (5) Open the Batch Stitcher from PTGui,
      > (6) Select the
      > projects to load into the Batch Stitcher and let it
      > rip (easy to do
      > by putting the name of the template in the search
      > box of the Open
      > File dialog on Mac). Since each set of images has
      > the same set of
      > names and the paths aren't absolute, you do not need
      > to open each
      > project.
      >
      > Batching is the one place that PTMac/Kekus has PTGui
      > beaten hands-
      > down. PTBatch from Kekus is fantastic for batching!
      >
      >
      > John
      >
      >
      > John Riley
      > johnriley@...
      > jriley@...
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > On Jan 29, 2008, at 10:26 PM, verifone411 wrote:
      >
      > > Ok Then I guess I was mistaken. I thought I saw
      > something on the help
      > > section about using batch but you have to change
      > the default save
      > > location. If batch requires opening and loading
      > the program up, then
      > > there really should be a pause button on the batch
      > program so a user
      > > can queue up the stitching. Since loading and
      > stitching at the same
      > > time is quite slow.
      >
      >
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been
      > removed]
      >
      >



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