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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Ghosted people in Rectarlinear

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    Thx for that Carl. I ll get onto the masking now that it is morning here [Jakarta] and let you know. I shot these pics on a D80 and have a set in tiff so here
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      Thx for that Carl. I'll get onto the masking now that it is morning here [Jakarta] and let you know. I shot these pics on a D80 and have a set in tiff so here I go. The flicker idea sounds good too. Or maybe initially I'll use the Attach file section.

      many thanks Geoff

      --- On Fri, 30/4/10, cvoneinem <einem@...> wrote:

      From: cvoneinem <einem@...>
      Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Ghosted people in Rectarlinear
      To: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
      Received: Friday, 30 April, 2010, 12:40 AM







       













      Hi Geoff,



      --- In PanoToolsNG@ yahoogroups. com, "Geoffrey" <idhazza@... > wrote:

      >

      > Anyway i have just used Ptgui 8.3.3 Pro to do my first stitching. It

      > cosists of a series of 44 overlapping images in three rows. On the right

      > of the scene there is an anomoly - [refer to attach - oops, cant do that

      > till I get the go ahead to attach files]- people who have moved are

      > ghosted. So I gather the stitching process has used both images of the

      > people [one row above the other] hence why the ghosting - they have

      > moved position. I would like to see it use just one. But then again,

      > what would i know. Can you advice me please how i can correct this.



      You could upload images to the 'Files' section or maybe even better to flickr.com and link to the image in your posting.



      From your description I suspect you should try to mask out unwanted parts with alpha masks. JPGs don't accept masks so you need to use e.g. TIFF files. Masking unwanted parts is done using Photoshop or the GIMP.

      Maybe this wiki article will give you an idea of how that works:

      <http://wiki. panotools. org/How_to_ use_enblend_ for_patching_ zenith_and_ nadir_images>



      BTW Hugin will have a 'mask' tab in the next release, see <http://wiki. panotools. org/Hugin_ Mask_tab> (pre release versions are already available for testing purposes).



      Cheers,

      Carl

























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