Re: PTStitcher / Nona / PTMender ...
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Erik Krause" <erik.krause@...> wrote:
>Ok, I get it. It was really a problem of user interface. From the
> On Tuesday, March 06, 2007 at 22:51, dmgalpha wrote:
> > The FOV does not apply to the output projection but to the input image
> > (iff fisheye or gnomonic; you can use FOV > 180 with equirectangular
> > input)
> apparently not. I choose a 360° equirect as input in hugin and go
> straightly to Stitcher tab. If I choose fisheye as output there, FoV
> is reduced to 179°. If I enter a higher value I get a message that
> "Maximum FoV for this projection is 179.000" (0.7 beta 4)
> I was wrong for the stereographic projection, where the message
> reads: "Maximum FoV for this projection is 340.000" (which certainly
> is enough for "little planet").
command line PTmender should not have this problem (even in older
versions). I believe you can map a 359 degrees stereographic, but it
will probably be useless.