Re: bad panorama alignment
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Ethy H. Brito" <ethy@...> wrote:
> My panorama is lacking good alignment. :-(Alignment problems can be due to less than optimum setup of the panorama head and/or inexpert control of Hugin. With a well set up head, an experienced user might aim for an average control point distance of <1 and a maximum of 2-3, say. That should ensure a perfect stitch. If there are misalignments, placing extra control points in the vicinity should help the optimizer to correct these. If that doesn't help, it may be that parallax shift or subject movement is responsible. Horizontal line control points should only be used on line features that would be expected to be exactly horizontal as they appear in a correctly rendered output image.
> Some pictures hanging on the wall has its frame broken, doorways
Without your images and project file it is hard to diagnose the likely cause of your problems. If you can upload the project file and images somewhere (half size jpegs will do), I'm sure that someone will be happy to investigate. If you haven't amy personal web space, you can use a free service such as http://www.ge.tt .
> Another problem: I have this very old furniture made on wood with aA better place to post this query would be the Hugin forum:
> huge amount of brown tonalities. Hugin output (exposure corrected
> LDR) make them look like I have a 256 color monitor. The piece looks
> like tarnished. I tried 100% quality JPEG. No luck. Any hints?