We have discovered a bug with printing out HDR files (probably other types too)
from a stitching of 3 fisheye image sets.
There is a black line (bad interpolation) on the right hand edge of all
panormaic renders we are doing with the lates Autopano Giga 64bit for Linux.
See example edge image viewed with Luminance-HDR, http://www.pasteall.org/pic/show.php?id=74962
Also really visible in 360deg view within our 3D software (blender), http://www.pasteall.org/pic/show.php?id=74963
I have archived my stitching example so you can reproduce it,
please download this file, http://brunnur.vedur.is/pub/hroi/Autopa ... bug.tar.gz
It has the autopano workspace file and all relevant fisheye images.
The dark line bug becomes very apparent when using -6 to -10 in blending mode: multiband,
and is always present when using blending mode: linear.
During default blending mode , "-2" the effect is hardly visible,
but we require more linear combination of the bracketed exposures
for our 3D VFX work.
We feel this bug is a serious bug with the current Autopano Giga for 64bit Linux,
and it may also affect other version we have not tested it.
It makes our 360deg stitching scenes unusuable and we cannot service
our customers without some hacking and editing of the resulting HDR image.
Please, if you can assist us with giving us a link to older autopano versions that do not
have this bug, that would be very very useful for us right now - or develop a fix
Btw, we are very impressed and happy with autopano giga. It is a very very functional,
full of features for our work in VFX.
Many thanks in advance,