Hey everyone, I'm a pretty low level user of Autopano, I just use it on auto and it always seems to do the job except in this instance. It's a panorama from a concert so it isn't ideal but I was wondering if any autopano wizards out there would like to give it a crack, I would really appreciate it!
It's 5 images, here's a link to the dropbox gallery, which also has my two pano attempts. As you can see things get wonky on the left side of the pano unless I cut the left most photo out, but I'd like to keep it. It's an area so you can imagine what it should look like: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/r7u55tyd5qg9en7/2umXf34_-g
Multiband -6 Diamond... Spherical Projection Croppying Links Layout Free + Force every Image to be in a pano Detect Links in: One Stack level For a Stack: use hard links Detection Output Standard Auto Color Correction Optimization: Multiple Viewpoints (no CP's manually corrected/added/deleted etc., so still ghosts...) Screenshot is about 48% render limited to 4xxxx1100 pixel
PS: I think the problem is the different angel you shot the images 2174 and 2178 - didnt try it to optimize, but I think the multiple viewpoint has to fail here, because of the to big differenc in the angles.
well. as I wrote: all I did was using the automatically recognized CP's. delete them from most left image to its right neighbor, create correct ones and the result will be better. use the horizontal tool and it may becom better again. use at least a monopod to try to catch the correct NPP
PS if I use my above settings but change the projection from sppherical to planar and to set a new center point and crop than the pano it look completley different. (see attached version from this post) I think dissortion or not - who cares - even people which were there does in normal life never see a difference here, in special if pano is so dark, no details at all are vissible and such a huge nuber of identical lights can be seen... In my eyes I would not take much stress to ge a perfect "photographer pro" image, I would try to make the most athmosphere to transport as much of the feelings of the event.