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  • Not as popular as it once was. Still listening. On 2017-08-01 10:35 PM, sandiego360@^$1 [PanoToolsNG] wrote: Posted by: sandiego360@^$2
    Jim Watters Aug 1
  • Best to have matching color and exposure while shooting by locking both white balance and expose of all cameras. But if needing to match color of images from multiple cameras that do not have the same settings. Probably they can only record in auto. Then: - Only look at the overlap area between images. - Only evaluate the values that are not near being clipped. - Only evaluate the...
    Jim Watters May 14, 2016
  • I read the list and will continue to read it. I don't have as much time anymore to reply to many questions. If the question is basic and I answered several times before I hope that someone else will speak up. When the question is new idea and I have something to share I will. When traveling, when I am now I spend even less time reading this list. Facebook I read all the time. The...
    Jim Watters Apr 26, 2016
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  • The benefits of VideoStitch are quite vast when you start processing a lots of videos. - The exposure correction with key frames that blend between. that can be automated to x frames. This becomes important when the camera is moving and different cameras point to the brighter locations over time. Can not lock the exposures on GoPro. -Add your own global exposure and color changes...
    Jim Watters Aug 27, 2015
  • Enrique, I have VideoStitch now so I have not tried the PTGui10 with graphic card stitching at creating videos with batch. I got some very good results switching from PTGui version 9 to VideoStitch. PTGui 9 batch 1 frame every 4 seconds VideoStitch using old graphics card 3 frames per second. VideoStitch after upgrading graphics card 15 frames per second. Speed is not the only...
    Jim Watters Jan 25, 2015
  • Helmut, The results look good. Next step is to process images from a multicamera rig and also get rig of rolling shutter to get more consistent seams. Hope to see you discuss this at the IVRPA meeting in Prague this June. Although I now use VideoStitch to take advantage of my graphics card to do the heavy processing I am still probably the biggest pusher of using MPRemap. Jim On...
    Jim Watters Jan 18, 2015
  • I am finding that 3 out of 4 days I can not reach the panotools wiki. What is the issue? http://wiki.panotools.org/ -- Jim Watters http://photocreations.ca
    Jim Watters Nov 11, 2014
  • On 2014-07-29 2:26 PM, Erik Krause erik.krause@^$1 [PanoToolsNG] wrote: > You could even use a one shot solution. A circular fisheye pointed straight up > covers the whole sky, which would be perfect for long exposures. And since > those comet-like star trails are more or less artificial anyway (normal star > trails don't fade), one could think about completely artificial trails...
    Jim Watters Jul 29, 2014
  • Back in 2010 I created a beta 64bit Windows version of the PanoTools plugins. I just updated my web site with a link. http://photocreations.ca/panotools/index.html On 2014-06-22 3:33 PM, felipe@^$1 [PanoToolsNG] wrote: Hi everyone, I´m upgrading Photoshop from CS to CC, but I can´t find how to make my faithful Panotools plugin to run. Is there a way, or will I get stuck with an...
    Jim Watters Jun 22, 2014
  • On 2014-06-12 11:24 AM, pawel@^$1 [PanoToolsNG] wrote: >> waited 3 minutes but pano never appeared. > Thank you for looking, but it is strange, it works on my PCs :| > You have chosen to include Flash only. With Pano2VR, instead create a HTML5 output with Flash fallback. http://ggnome.com/wiki/HTML5%20Flash%20Fallback%20Player -- Jim Watters A garden Gnome http://photocreations.ca
    Jim Watters Jun 12, 2014