Re: PanoTools to stitch an HDR panorama
- Well, in this case I suggest to contact the Hugin developers.
Nice and helpful guys.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, isaacgerg <isaac.gerg@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the info. However, I have a lot of imagery to process and need to
> include the routines into some software I am building so I am looking for
> something that is free and open source.
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- On Wed 31-Mar-2010 at 04:25 -0800, isaacgerg wrote:
>See this page on the wiki:
> I can do this in Hugin, but I do it using the command-line tools?
> I have a panorama, 4 photos, made up of .hdr files (i.e. EachYes, currently none of the control point generators you can use in
> photo is an HDR photo (.hdr format)). I would like to stitch
> these photos together. However, when I run HUGIN using the .hdr
> files, I get an error.
Hugin support HDR data. You have to either create temporary
tonemapped versions or use one of the bracketed layers, then
substitute filenames before stitching.
You can also do the entire HDR merging thing in Hugin from the
bracketed source photos.