How to improve the stitching/blending of a problematic pano?
I'm a new Autopano Giga user I'm having trouble with an image. Until now, the few panos I've created with Autopano have come together beautifully with little manual fiddling required. This one is presenting some challenges, however. I'm getting ghosting, or multiple images, of stationary objects like rocks and the horizon. I've attached a screenshot showing one area of the image where the problem is especially pronounced. Could someone please give me some tips about steps I can take to fix this?
Re: How to improve the stitching/blending of a problematic pano?
I haven't seen ghosting like that before in APG. It looks more like a double exposure or severe camera shake on the original image or the overlap area between adjacent images is way more than the recommended 20-30% (looks like 100%)