New lesson: stitching hundreds of images shot with a motorized head & Papywizard (gigapixel stitching)


Friday 8 July 2011

This new tutorial lets you understand and use the Papywizard import module of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga image-stitching software.

The aim is to assemble images that were shot following a defined path. When Autopano understands how you shot your photos, it can stitch them more precisely and force the position of some images (blue sky photos for instance).

The tutorial is based on 2 examples:
- A simple case to understand the difference between the standard detection of Autopano and a detection made through the Papywizard import plugin;
- An application on a gigapixel image showing the settings that enable you to tune Autopano for a perfect stitching. This example is based on a shooting made with a Panogear motorized head.

Access the tutorial: Using Papywizard module

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One Response to “New lesson: stitching hundreds of images shot with a motorized head & Papywizard (gigapixel stitching)”

  1. Hans Keesom Says:

    Hi,
    When writing a tutorial in Englisch it would be nice to have the screenshots also in english. Also, be always clear how to get into a certain screen or dialog.

    keep up the good work.

    Hans


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