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, Bruno Postle <bruno@...> wrote:
> On Fri 09-Sep-2011 at 12:25 -0000, Richard wrote:
> >Am trying to get a makefile to stitch EXR files into a 360x180 panorama.
> >I have just about cracked it, however am stuck and need some help from a person who understands the scripting well.
> >In the script, nona is called with the right settings, except the output file is missing its numbering and file extension.
> >For other scripts that I have, the scripting wizardry populates that information somehow.
> >After nona commands complete, enfuse runs with correct input filenames, however the previous nona operations have not created files with the correct names.
> >I have attached the script.
> >This executes on the command line as:
> >"Hugin/bin/nona" -r ldr -m EXR -o "9no nadir" -i 0 "E:/Photos/Panos/Opera House/9no nadir EXR.pto"
> >This executes OK, however the output parameter should be -o "9no nadir0000.exr" instead.
> Are you sure this is your problem? The -i 0 parameter tells nona to
> render just the first photo in the project, in this case nona
> automatically appends 0000 to the filename. i.e. I would expect this
> command to create a file called "9no nadir0000.exr".
The line containing this parameter is just one line take from the output log.
> Though the command still looks a bit messed-up: -r ldr -m EXR, do
> you really want an LDR EXR file?
No it should be -r hdr -m EXR_m
> Is there any reason why you can't use Hugin or pto2mk to create the
I originally tried this and couldn't get the project to stitch with the makefile generated by Hugin. However, have changed some parameters used a newer version of Hugin, and it works better by default.
Now I am back to a bug in nona which turns each 15000kb EXR file into a 700kb all black output file :-(