Hello, I've downloaded the trial version of autopano and am testing it to see if it is what I need but I have a problem: I have a series of images of a room that i want to stitch together in order to make a 360 degree panoramic image. My problem with every stitching software as well as AutoPano is that there doesnt seem to be a way to properly stitch the first and last image so that there is no flaw/mismatch when you view the final panorama (http://www.alombar42.com/autopano-house.jpg) In the Control Points Editor, (http://www.alombar42.com/controlpoints.jpg) images 10 and 9 are supposed to be linked somehow, instead they are not and I cant find a way to do it. Can anyone help out in this, cause I am dreadfully running out of time and I cant figure out a solution..
Draw a box (click and drag) around the fireplace in both shots and then hit enter. You wont have any luck finding good control points on the blank walls, but the fireplace will do fine. You will see new control points placed on the fireplace. Now click on the optimize button to reproject the images using the new control points, and you're done.
Man I love you!! http://www.alombar42.com/autopano-test3.jpg this is the outcome. Autopano somewhat rearranged the pictures and did the correct stitching Autopano is amazing - I'm buying it today to move along with my project Thank you!