"I have to edit manually images to set lens type as fisheye to have a correct detection."
So what do we learn from this simple centence?
1) Our probably Russian freind has a correct detection so if he sets the parameters right he's satisfied with the result as is discibed by the words "correct detection".....
2) Our probably Russian freind has a problem since his lens (great deduction Andrew, nice product Sunex) though being made for panorama detection (and I think the lads and lasses at Sunex are smart enough to realise they have to test their claims with PTGui and APP/APG software), does no transmit EXIF data and is therefore not recognised as a FE lens.
3) Our probably Russian freind wants his people (who are no photographers of course) to use the product in a hassle free way (probably exploring the booming Moscow property market). Put camera on tripod shoot three or two pictures drop them into a directory, start APP, load the images, press the freindly green arrow and press the cogwheel and drop the panorama into an KRPANO droplet to publish (can be scripted by a monkey).
4) This may I say, brilliant scheme (think of what Einstein said about simplicity)....since real estate agents should be real estate agents and no computer engineers or photographers, is frauded by the way APP thinks about his 800 euro investment (without the camera of course).
5) The only way to get his scheme back on track is using Screen Automation Software. That could be used to:
A) Rename all the files in a certain directory to Klaus1.jpg, Klaus2.jpg and Klaus3.jpg
B) Start up Autopano
C) Load all the files in a directory (all being 3)
D) Start up the Image Properties tab
E) Enter the correct Focal Length in the Focal Length field
F) Enter the correct Lenstype in the Lenstype field
G) Press the OK button
H) Press the green Cogwheel
I) Rename the resulting [Group1]-_Klaus1__Klaus3-3images.jpg into something nice like "Vasily Kandinsky Boulevard 13 Kitchen" via a user input request....
P.S. a nice overview of ATT's that can be used.....I've worked with Rationel and the HP software but these are far to expensive, you should check out the Open Source software and I'll bet a few Roebels and a visit to the local tech campus will get you what you want....BTW am I right that you are Russian (I think I can detect that in the way you use you English grammar, no offense i have Russian freinds that use sort of the same).http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_automation