Re: [PanoToolsNG] Unable to stitch pano of visually similar hemispheres
- Thanks for everybody's response - Willy - this solution worked particularly
well... that half-automatic generation of control points was the ticket!
Thanks - Blake
On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 1:36 AM, Willy Kaemena <panokaemena@...> wrote:
> I experienced these problems several times.
> my approach is as follows:
> - set your Yaw between the shots manually in Image Parameters ( you
> know the angle more or less)
> - don't use the project assistant for placing the CPs
> - set CP either manually or " half automatically" in the CP TAB /
> Menu Control Points Generate CP for a pair of pictures at a time.
> that normally resolved the problem.
> Willy Kaemena
> On Nov 6, 2008, at 7:07, Blake Michaelson wrote:
> > I'm attempting to stitch together the interior of an aircraft and
> > running
> > into terrible stitching problems...
> > 6 shots around, 1 up at +75°, nadir shot via benbo-rig (which works
> > great -
> > excellent tip Pete!)
> > As I look at the images - taken from the center of the fuselage -
> > the left
> > and right side of the fuselage are nearly identical/symmetrical.
> > When I
> > attempt to stitch in ptgui all I get is a severely warped loopy
> > thing with
> > control points int 1200px ballpark! I have shot the interior at two
> > different times, both with similar results - I'm surmising that it's
> > due to
> > the symmetry of the pano...
> > I can stitch the forward facing or aft facing hemisphere of the
> > fuselage
> > perfectly well - nadir included - the forward and aft bulkheads have
> > the
> > most unique defining features in the scene... so I can stitch 3
> > around, with
> > 1 up and 1 down - but if I throw in any 1 of the additional images the
> > stitch fails miserably.
> > I toyed around with the idea of placing small differently colored
> > circular
> > stickers inside in various spots and shooting the pano - but that
> > seemed
> > like a lot of editing, and would mess with the textures in the
> > interior -
> > plus, there's the challenge of figuring out a way to make it happen!
> > Anybody encounter a problem like this before, or have a suggestion for
> > overcoming the problems? How does one go about stitching together two
> > hemispheres?
> > TIA - Blake
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