RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Announcement: PTStitcherNG0.4b
- Yes, sorry I forgot to mention that I will be running everything via php so
the working directory was not trivial.
The tests were run via the command line.
Essentially, with the given setup any given programmer may need do some
additional steps like copying all files to be stitched to a temporary
directory and certainly change and reset the working directory back.
It's possible images may span directories. Not resetting the working
directory may cause some php applications to become un-hinged.
Not really a hassle, more of an FYI.
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Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Announcement: PTStitcherNG0.4b
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com <mailto:PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com> ,
"Sacha Griffin" <sachagriffin@...> wrote:
>That is how it should work: script is called with path, image names inside
> I did notice that you must
> 1. Have all images in the same directory.
> 2. Must have the working directory set to the input image directory.
> 3. Must have the script in the input image directory
> I would think it would be a good idea to be able to call the script with a
script are relative to script location. The working directory is never
referenced. It works like this on my installations, but maybe there is an
issue with running under wine, I will check that.
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- I am a new Hugin User and I have encountered a vexing problem.
I have a six sequence set of long distance pictures taken in Alaska of the Wrangel-St Elias National Park. When I use CS3 to stitch the result is fairly pleasing (color and exposure wise).
However, when I used Hugin and select optimize "Exposure", the "Blend" across the sequence is weird. The anchor pic (pic 1) is VERY much lighter than the other five and there is a obvious blend seam. The exposure for pictures 2 thru 6 are uniform (somewhat dark, but uniform). The exposure for pic 1 is pleasing but is much brighter than the other five.