I've downloaded the demo of Autopano Giga, I'm trying to work out whether to buy it or not. I've had a check through the documentation and I can't find a way to specify the number of images per pano?
I mostly shoot virtual tours with a Nodal Ninja R1 head and a Canon 8-15mm lens. My shooting process is always 12 images, comprising of 4 hdr images shot at 90 degrees from each other.
What I'd love to be able to do is just drop a folder into Autopano Giga and have it go through and find all the HDR Spheres and then I can batch render them with minimal effort on my part. Up until this point I've been templating and batching through PTGui.
I've found the "stack by N" function, so I go through and stack all my images by 3, but it's still wanting to combine 72 images into 1 panoramic sphere, when I only want 12 images per pano. I tried doing it via the import tool and that didn't affect it at all.
HansKeesom wrote:Choose file->browse folder and then change minimum and average numbers
I've done that and I'm still getting groups with 24, 48 and 168 images, if I run the detection on the group with 168 images, I only get 4 panos, 3 of them have 12 images making them up.. the last pano has the *rest* of the images in that group making it a really weird, modern art type pano.