[Autopano Pro/Giga 3] Tutorial: Multiple focal length stitching

Thursday 16 January 2014

Are you interested in shooting giant pictures? Furthermore, you just only need details in particular areas? This tutorial will show you how to stitch images shot with diffferent focal lengths.


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One Response to “[Autopano Pro/Giga 3] Tutorial: Multiple focal length stitching”

  1. Brad Templeton Says:

    This is an important technique, because skies don’t need the resolution, and clouds move, so you must shoot quickly, which you can’t do at 200mm. However, the results are huge. I will request what I have requested before. Since 90% of my panos are primarily viewed with krpano, I would love it if APG had krpano’s “tiles” as an output format. Ie. directly output the tiles. But the trick is (in cooperation with krpano) to not bother doing the tiny tiles on the regions that don’t have higher resolution entries. For each subsequent rectangle, calculate the max resolution in the rectangle, and render only enough to deliver that. Save huge amounts of time and disk space.

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