Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: advices to print, please..
- This is what I mean...
Ok, I made some progress. I started MathMap and from the examples tag,
I can execute the panini.mm filter. I also can just copy and paste
into the input window.
Either way it runs and modifies one of my cylindrical images but
the Panini filter menu item never shows in the MathMap menu.
And after the filter has run and MathMap closes, an error dialog pops
up saying -- gimp_plug_in_handle_proc_run: ERROR. So something is
wacky with the combination I specified earlier.
GIMP 2.6; MathMap 1.2.4; Windows 2000 SP3
Maybe this will clear up when the next version of MathMap is released.
Here's the image I ran it on:
And here's the result:
In this particular application -- GIMP/MathMap -- I'd say that there
are image quality degradation issues. But the geometry of the projection
is interesting none the less.
Bruno Postle wrote:
> On Thu 08-Jan-2009 at 17:22 -0800, Ken Warner wrote:
>>The MathMap script does work, but there is severe image
>>degradation on the sides of the image. The first quarter
>>and last quarter of the image are rather blurry.
>>I think some sub-pixel interpolation would fix that problem
>>but that would take some very sophisticated scripting.
> I'm not sure what you mean, the edges are just blurred because they
> are scaled up, this is expected when the interpolation is working
>>>>..or use this gimp mathmap script, mathmap doesn't have any size