Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Non-linear anamorphic panorama projections?
- Hello Helmut,
> you can do that with Panotools:That's super! So, if i understand you correctly, the mpremap binary from
> Use the "Correct" plug-in or PTStitcher or mpremap,
> and perform a "radial correction" in vertical mode.
> This mode was meant to correct lenses in the Panoscan
> or similar cameras. You have to rotate the image by 90degrees
> before and back after the conversion. With the polynomial
> parameters you should be able to get almost any
> nonlinear stretch, while the center region should stay
> With mpremap you could set up a pipe and batch-convert
has also included above radial correction?
Thank you! This tread has given me some new ideas. The St. Peter video
at above page reminded me that i have a fisheye lens for my
video-camera, but i never really liked the look and always used the cam
at default wideangle settings. I will try what it looks like at a 4:3
BTW: If you want your videos to look very steady, you may take a look at
the "Deshaker" plugin: http://www.guthspot.se/video/deshaker.htm
(I've tried it with my bike-videos and the results is perfectly viewable:)