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Re: Hugin output reduced to 256 colors? -The answer

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  • Carl von Einem
    Ah, now that I have a look at your examples I d say this is no banding. BTW you can reset the Exposure settings by clicking the Reset... button in Camera
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 30 8:12 AM
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      Ah, now that I have a look at your examples I'd say this is no banding.

      BTW you can reset the Exposure settings by clicking the "Reset..."
      button in 'Camera and Lens' tab and then only select "Exposure".

      Carl

      Posted by: "David"
      >
      > I noticed something I should have paid more attention to earlier.
      > When viewed in the preview display all the images look great except
      > the nadir was way bizarre. I don't know why it shows up that way.
      > The exposure is a little different from the others, but still real
      > close.
      >
      > When I optimized all the images for exposure it threw off everything
      > making the other images, and hence the output, look bad.
      >
      > I changed the exposure optimization to just correct the zenith and
      > nadir and the result is way better.
      >
      > I don't understand why Hugin wants to display that nadir shot so
      > differently than all the others.
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