[AGP 3.0.5 OSX 10.8.3] Opening images to stitch  

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[AGP 3.0.5 OSX 10.8.3] Opening images to stitch

by oreillyfotograf » Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:05 am

Greetings all,

My workflow consists of converting image sets of each panorama to .TIFF files which I then open in AGP to stitch and edit.

My TIFF filenames will typically be 'pano1-1234.tiff, pano1-1235.tif...' for pano1. Pano2s filename will begin with pano2 and so on...

My question is can I select a folder to open within APG which can detect the different filnames and apply each set of pano1 filenames to a single pano, pano2 filenames to yhe next pano, and so on?

I thought that there was a similar feature in a previous version of APG, but I'm unable to find the setting within the preferences. I can ony see 'Settings > Detection > Links' "Force every image to be in one panorama"

Currenlty, I'm browsing to the directory, and manually selecting each pano set to open, one at a time.

Any help greatly appreciated
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Niall
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by lumelix » Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:18 am

Hi
Have you try out the "search Folder" function in the file menu ?
There you have several settings about the panos.
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by HansKeesom » Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:22 pm

You can read in a whole folder indeed. Even reading multiple subfolders. With the right setting of the max time between photos and the average number of photos in a panorama you can very nicely seperate each panorama. Then you only need to check the numbers and images to see if all is done right before you can press the Detect All button.
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by oreillyfotograf » Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:56 am

Martin and Hans,

Thanks for the quick response. I had it in my mind that it was slightly different, I thought I could base the selection on the file name.

Your help still saved me time.

Thanks again...
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