Re: Quick question about PTGui
- Hello Wim. I'm a programmer and did such things from day one of using PTgui indeed is very easy (I said is a simple text file).
However when I teach others about panorama and PTgui is much easier if such feature exisit from the firt place and point them to it, but also the third parties plugins for PTgui could be also the way, not know if there is, in priciple, encouraged from PTgui developpers as I could make some great plugins available I'm using on daily basis.
thanks for the reply
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Wim Koornneef <wim.koornneef@...> wrote:
> dorindxn wrote:
> > ....cleanning the PTgui projects (which is a text file) between two batch
> > and keepping only the wanted pears ( n1 N2 .. n3 N4) looks like the most
> > simple option for now....
> Hello Dorin,
> Automatic editing of a PTGui project file is not so hard to do, a few years
> ago I wrote a HyperCard script to calculate and set the approx. position
> (Y,R,P) of mosaic images with missing CP's based on the position of aligned
> neighbouring images, the number of rows and the number of images of the
> I had to run the batch stitcher script twice, the first time to generate the
> CP's and to align the images with CP's and a second time, after the
> HyperCard script action has done its job, to stitch the pano.
> I think with a similar workaround it must be possible for you to streamline
> the making of large volumes of panos.
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