austinhart wrote:Is there a way to perform another detection once you have moved all of the images into the appropriate position in edit mode? I tried highlighting all of the imaged and selecting "local geometry analysis". This does what I am trying to get it to do, but I have over a hundred images in this pano, and doing that for all of them would take days.
austinhart wrote:Yes. I am working with over 100 images and in some cases have had to detect each row separately and then merge them into one panorama. Is there a way to find all the control points between all of the images (similar to how detection works) once I have all the rows merged into one panorama?
austinhart wrote:Here is a screenshot of an area I am talking about. The Top Image is in move images mode, and the bottom is in control point mode.
As you can see, there are connection between the images horizontally, but I have been having to manually find them verticaly. Is there a tool that will automatically find the control points after detection has already been done. It seems very time consuming to go and do it to every image. I tried doing a local geometry analysis, and that works, but it takes to long to do it for every connection. Is there a tool that will rerun the detection once the images are all in the right place?
austinhart wrote:What do you mean by conventional mode?
austinhart wrote:I see. Is there a way to do this between entire rows, or can you only do 2 pictures at a time?
austinhart wrote:I would like to use a robotic head, but for these games, you only get 10 or so minutes to shoot the images at these games, so we have to use a manual.
What I don't understand is why APG is not able to find control points between rows during detection,
but is able to do it when I use the conventional method of finding control points between two images at a time.
austinhart wrote:Thanks for working with me on this. Increasing the detection quality gave marginally better results, but doing one row at a time and then merging those rows into one panorama still looks to be the way to go. It would be nice to figure out an automated feature to find the control points between two rows of images but I'm not a developer. It looks like the best way to do it as of now is to perform local geometry analysis in small strategic groups of images. It takes a long time, but the results are much cleaner.
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