trying to stitch a new 360° Gigapixel and got some Problems with optimization after adding CPs.
The Pano is shot from 2 different Locations and imported via Gigapan Importer. Right after Import it looks pretty perfect - only on the Edges of the second Part of the Pano (second Location I shot from) there are lot's of Ghosts because no CPs are detected and it's shifted about half a src-image in height. Now I added the correct CPs to connect the second part to the first one ... do the optimization ... and everything is broken?!? :-(
After adding the new CPs - before optimization: http://temp.in.futureweb.at/after_adding_CPs_pre_optimization.jpg
After optimization: http://temp.in.futureweb.at/after_adding_CPs_post_optimization.jpg
After optimization Detail where I added CPs: http://temp.in.futureweb.at/after_adding_CPs_prost_optimization_detail.jpg
Anyone any idea what I can do here?
Hellkeeper wrote:For the curious - here is a preview of the Gigapixel in Question --> 88 Gigapixel --> http://www.gpix.at/Gpix.at-Gigapixel_gpath,horn360sommer,pid,9112,type,gpix.html?devpreview=true (developer preview - not officially published yet)
one little problem persists: The 2 "Endpoints" of the Pano (where the 360° are joined together) - are not color adjusted to fit good together?!
See here: http://temp.in.futureweb.at/360_endpoints1.jpg
After a little Photoshop it's better - but not perfect: http://temp.in.futureweb.at/360_endpoints.jpg
Hellkeeper wrote:Hey Klaus - interestingly this Error is not where the 360° Sphere started/stopped ... I shot this Pano from 2 Points as in the middle of the summit there is a large Telko-Mast. The Color missmatch is in the middle of the 1 sub-pano.
But where the "shown Ends" in krpano are (http://temp.in.futureweb.at/after_adding_CPs_pre_optimization.jpg) where right End and left End are glued together ... no idea why the color missmatch is there?
as for unlinked images - there are houndrets ... sky and so on ... no chance to stick them all together ...
As postet here --> http://www.kolor.com/forum/t18234-autopano-giga-editor-multiple-cpus <-- it takes about 5 Minutes to link 2 images together on such a large Pano ... would take a week or longer to fix all link Problems ...
klausesser wrote:Oops - shot from two points itÂ´s no surprise, depending on the light. But well done nevertheless!
Hellkeeper wrote:it's Gigapan import
lumelix wrote:Can you show us a screen shot from the editor window when:
1. the CP-Editor is active, so we can see the "grid"
2. the color correction is active, so we can see the selected reference images
Hellkeeper wrote:To be honest - I never worked with reference images ... hehe ... guess that's a thing I will have to look into ...
But I guess it's not very practicable to insert hundreds of ref img into such a large pano (lot's of work - and as you say - maybe even more problems!)
Will try a test rendering with exposure correction.
In general: Hope CC will be better in future versions (in term of CC on the "connection" point of the 360°)
Hellkeeper wrote:you can see why we had to shoot from 2 different points! ;-)
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