GURL wrote:This pano is a great example showing that control points are often to be avoided when stitching the many images in a gigapixel mosaic !
This suggest a new feature would be usefull to avoid Autopano trying to set CP in the blue sky, on the moving clouds, on the rotating (?) London Eye wheel and even on the quiet Thames water...
AlexandreJ wrote:Ok, my guess about this case : autopano found a wrong link between some building from the first column and the last column.
It forced the panorama to wrap but should not ( can you look at that with the CP editor ? )
Second guess : there might have been a lot of moving cloud this day, right ?
Do Giagapan robot users ever use their robots to shoot panos with a 360 HFOV
mediavets wrote:can the Gigapan stitcher and viewer handle 360 HFOV panos?
AlexandreJ wrote:There should be some workaround for this case by removing manually the false link and reoptimizing.
AlexandreJ wrote:If you share this project's image, I'll check them. BTW : you have our ftp for that purpose.
AlexandreJ wrote:I'm sure it's not the only issue because it's not possible to get link between column 1 and 3 for example. The only possible links is column 1 and last column, but not last-1 for example. So if you have such links, that's a bug.
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