I am trying to stitch 4 photos taken with a CanonT2i with a Rokikon fishey lens set on Nodal Ninja pano head mount. I'm using Autopano Giga 64 bit 2.6.1. I'm having a few stitching errors and I was instructed to make the following adjustments to the image settings: Focal length 10mm, sensor scaling 1, conversion factor 1, 10.00mm focal length equivalent, lens type fisheye.
It appears that I can only make adjustments for Focal length and fisheye lens, is there somethingI'm missing to make the other adjustments?
in optimum case you have nothing to to, this requires that your cam and lens used are in the autopano internal lensdatabase. its a textfile, but dont ask me, no idea where it is saved within the autopano program directory.
and your raw/tiff images should also contain EXIF data where the focal is set, and camera etc.
if the fisheye is not recognized as fisheye but as standard lens, than you have to adopt this inside autopano. if you added the files to autopano, go before you start detection of the pano ;-)) and open image properties from group menu and change if needed lens type to fisheye, focal length (here use the 35mm equivalent of your lens) the shutterspeed used (use all in your camera without automatic, no shutter, no aperture, no whitebalance etc.) here you also can set your conversion factor, focal length, Camera scaling factor etc you mentioned....
I have that exact setup. I do this: Under the Autopano preferences image tab, check the "use the following if no EXIF data is found" then enter 14.97 as the 35mm equiv and set the lens type to fisheye. You'll need to restart autopano for the setting to take effect. once that is set, everything works automatically. I got the 14.97 number from the computed focal length that Autopano figures out for itself if you have a full 360 degree panorama.