So, I have a question: are you ready to wait the full rendering time for having the real final panorama in the editor ?
ThatÂ´s what i mentioned weeks ago: having a preview 1:1 to the final rendering would mean to fully render in the preview. ThatÂ´s why i suggested to
do a full render with a smaller output as test.
On the other hand, Renan, i must state that the detail-viewer in PTGuiÂ´s editor shows that itÂ´s possible to realize even minimal stitch-errors viewed @100% in
The fact that iÂ´m doing lots of 700mpx indoor panos at the moment means for me to NEED that kind of preview-feature for being able to achieve a fluent workflow.
I know that APG is following basically different structures than PTGui - but in terms of a higher preview-res it canÂ´t be impossible to include it in APG also, i mean.
I guess that 80% of panoramas are made with fisheyes - which means few images and average resolution of about 120MPx.
With these kind of panos the limited previes is no big issue - but remember: itÂ´s AutoPano-GIGA . . . and here the limited preview definitely IS an issue.
Dealing with 700mpx panos you need to have FULL control about what happens when zooming in to 100% - here you immediately can realize EACH minor error!
best, Klaus ( i hope, Hans will not delete my comment again)