Palmela 2011 best picks: how to stitch aerial photos with Autopano Giga

Friday 10 June 2011

On the booth of Kolor at Palmela 2011 festival, the conference attendees could see how to stitch images that were not shot from a single point of view. This is possible using the new Multiple Viewpoints feature of Kolor Autopano Giga software. On the contrary of the standard image-stitching techniques which require the photos to be shot from a single viewpoint to respect the lens’ nodal point, this new technique allows the nodal point to be different from an image to another. This is particularly useful for aerial imagery and any kind of parallel shooting.

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3 Responses to “Palmela 2011 best picks: how to stitch aerial photos with Autopano Giga”

  1. Willy Kaemena Says:

  2. Pierre Gielen Says:

    Great video tutorial, even more exciting since I was there. Is the interactive panorama already published somewhere?

  3. Andy Bryant Says:

    Could you explain a little more detail on what you were doing in the control points editing section? I guess you were using hotkeys, but you did this so fast it was difficult to see what was going on.

    Oh – and more of the same please! This sort of how-to video is great!


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