Re: [PanoToolsNG] HDR from hugin using enfuse and bracketing?
- On Fri 17-Oct-2008 at 14:16 +0100, paul womack wrote:
>You can do this various ways:
>which appears to be the only tutorial for hdr under
>hugin since the recent code changes.
>I realise that if (somehow...) hugin has all the control
>points for a panorama of bracketed images, it will
>(apparently) all work fine.
>I generate my HDR data by using bracketing
>(thanks you CHDK) on a tripod mounted camera.
>As such, my bracketed sets are perfectly
Stitch one exposure bracket into an entire panorama and use this
project as a template to stich the other exposure layers, then
enfuse these together manually.
Link the roll, pitch and yaw for your brackets before optimising,
this isn't fun, neither is pasting-in these parameters afterwards.
Run a control point generator within hugin (autopano-sift-c,
panomatic etc..), these should create control points between your
However I use match-n-shift with '-a -b' parameters as the control
point generator. This uses autopano-sift-c for the 'normal'
panorama alignment and align_image_stack for the stack alignment
bit - This is a 'best of both' option and works very well for
handheld bracketed panoramas too:
Completely untested windows match-n-shift.exe here, I have no idea
if this works, or what steps you need to go through to install it: