Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: PTGui 6 (Mac) and Nona
- Hello Erik, Carel,
Yes and no (this also answers the question of Carel):
- First i batch process my bracketed images with Photomatix, where i
also create a tonemapped version of the HDRs
- Then i load the tonemapped images into PTGui and let the CP generator
run over the panorama
- After saving the .pts file, i open it with an editor and rename the
tonemapped (JPEG or TIFF) images to the correct HDR input images
- then i load the project with Hugin (Hugin can read PTGui-projects!),
select Nona as stitcher and output the panorama in HDR format.
There's ony one mayor backdraw at the moment, and this concerns the
I'm used to the fact, that tools like Enblend make light falloff of the
lens invisible. Enblend already knows how to blend the HDR files, but
there seems to be a bug in enblend at seams with mayor brightness
differences near the blending seam. I've already reported this bug to
Andrew but unfortunately he's a little short of time at the moment, so i
still have to wait for my "perfect workflow"...
Erik Krause schrieb:
> On Friday, September 15, 2006 at 18:38, Bernhard Vogl wrote:--
>>> So (when using PTGui) i can't think of a good reason to prefer nona over the
>>> PTGui stitcher. But perhaps someone else may and therefore it is supported
>> Yes - i know one: Nona supports stitching of HDR files!
>> (hint!, hint!) ;-)
> but you can't use it directly from PTGui for this purpose, can you?
> best regards