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 Post subject: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:13 pm 
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Good Day All,

After reading a post from another user on how great APG 3.5.0 is I decided to upgrade from APG 2.

We finished taking photos of a Hotel a week ago, the Hotel needed 25 Panos and 16 of them stitched together perfectly without the need to touch the control points, the other 9 not so much. I tested the stitching in 3.5.0 as well as 2 and both really didnt like the stitch. Please note that the camera stayed in the same position the entire shoot so if 16 worked then you cannot blame parallax issues. What i also find strange is the fact that it gives an RMS of 2.7 but it is totally messed up.

I have inserted below a screen shot of the detection with out of the box settings (I also tested other different settings as well as xml import and NOTHING worked)

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I have also placed the original files here https://www.dropbox.com/s/hzxcl815s29kng0/Conference%20Room%201.zip

Please would someone let me know if you get it right and if so how?

I look forward to some help with this!

P.S. I understand this is Beta software but you would atleast expect it to do what it is meant to do.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 7:52 pm 
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netline wrote:
Good Day All,

After reading a post from another user on how great APG 3.5.0 is I decided to upgrade from APG 2.

We finished taking photos of a Hotel a week ago, the Hotel needed 25 Panos and 16 of them stitched together perfectly without the need to touch the control points, the other 9 not so much. I tested the stitching in 3.5.0 as well as 2 and both really didnt like the stitch. Please note that the camera stayed in the same position the entire shoot so if 16 worked then you cannot blame parallax issues. What i also find strange is the fact that it gives an RMS of 2.7 but it is totally messed up.

I have inserted below a screen shot of the detection with out of the box settings (I also tested other different settings as well as xml import and NOTHING worked)

Attachment:
APG2 Beta 2.JPG


I have also placed the original files here https://www.dropbox.com/s/hzxcl815s29kng0/Conference%20Room%201.zip

Please would someone let me know if you get it right and if so how?

I look forward to some help with this!

P.S. I understand this is Beta software but you would atleast expect it to do what it is meant to do.


Hi!

Which camera do you use? Which lens? I read 16mm - but the you have much too much shots for a 16mm fisheye on fullframe or eve crop.
So i guess it´s NOT a fisheye?

Can you tell about your settings?

Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 7:55 pm 
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Can you tell about your settings?


I am using a Canon 60D with a Sigma 10 - 20mm using to 10mm to shoot on Manual Focus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 8:46 pm 
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netline wrote:
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Can you tell about your settings?


I am using a Canon 60D with a Sigma 10 - 20mm using to 10mm to shoot on Manual Focus



But why do the settings show 16mm? ok - it´s crop.


Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 8:50 pm 
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But why do the settings show 16mm? ok - it´s crop.


60D is x 1.6 so the 10mm would be 16mm

Do you have a solution to the bad stitch?


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:03 pm 
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Ok - i used PTGui:

www.klausesser.de/Conference.jpg

best, Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:17 pm 
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But why do the settings show 16mm? ok - it´s crop.


60D is x 1.6 so the 10mm would be 16mm

Do you have a solution to the bad stitch?


What kind of pano head did you use that allows mounting of the camera in landscape orientation?

You shooting pattern appears tro be 8-around at +/- 30 degrees pitch plus zenith at +90 bracketed x3.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:20 pm 
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klausesser wrote:
Ok - i used PTGui:

http://www.klausesser.de/Conference.jpg

best, Klaus


Hmmm...just the sort of scene that the APP/APG CP detection system might have trouble with.

Lots of relatively featureless ceiling and a lot of repetitive patterns in the carpet.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:27 pm 
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mediavets wrote:
klausesser wrote:
Ok - i used PTGui:

http://www.klausesser.de/Conference.jpg

best, Klaus


Hmmm...just the sort of scene that the APP/APG CP detection system might have trouble with.

Lots of relatively featureless ceiling and a lot of repetitive patterns in the carpet.



Nevertheless it worked after i dragged the Zenith shot into position. One optimiztion stage and it worked fine.
Tried to move the shot in APG also - but that didn´t help much.

Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:30 pm 
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I was unable to get a stitch to include all images even after setting detection to High with APG 3.5 beta 2.

I don't know why APG 3.5 beta 2 should have this much trouble with this image set.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 11:04 pm 
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mediavets wrote:
klausesser wrote:
Ok - i used PTGui:

http://www.klausesser.de/Conference.jpg

best, Klaus


Hmmm...just the sort of scene that the APP/APG CP detection system might have trouble with.

Lots of relatively featureless ceiling and a lot of repetitive patterns in the carpet.


To be honest: i expected the opposite! Thought APG would do it better than PTGui in that case - jusr BECAUSEthe patterns.

best, Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:22 am 
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Well using just the brightest exposure and detection set to High I got a good stitch, with no control point editing.

Although initially it was upside down.
...........

Why it doesn't do as well with hard linked stacks with reference image set to brightest exposure I don't know.

That's a questions for Kolor.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:11 am 
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Thank you for all of your assistance

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What kind of pano head did you use that allows mounting of the camera in landscape orientation?

You shooting pattern appears to be 8-around at +/- 30 degrees pitch plus zenith at +90 bracketed x3.


It is a Nodal Ninja and it isnt landscape it is portrait but for some reason the panos always download as landscape and the camera refuses to allow us to change that setting. The pattern is correct and I have a xml script i use in APG 2 with papywizard that accepts 99% of all of our panos, now with APG 3.5 none of my panos are working with the xml, now it mostly works out of the box.

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Hmmm...just the sort of scene that the APP/APG CP detection system might have trouble with.

Lots of relatively featureless ceiling and a lot of repetitive patterns in the carpet.


I know that it has APG has issues with repetitve patterns but this is why we have xml, and now that doesnt even work.

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I was unable to get a stitch to include all images even after setting detection to High with APG 3.5 beta 2.

I don't know why APG 3.5 beta 2 should have this much trouble with this image set.


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To be honest: i expected the opposite! Thought APG would do it better than PTGui in that case - jusr BECAUSEthe patterns.


It is annoying that after spending money on the upgrade I still have to open APG 2 to get some things done that APG 3.5 refuses to do. It is a bit of a let down

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Well using just the brightest exposure and detection set to High I got a good stitch, with no control point editing.

Although initially it was upside down.
...........

Why it doesn't do as well with hard linked stacks with reference image set to brightest exposure I don't know.

That's a questions for Kolor.


Kolor please assist with the above, it does feel like a step back with regard to xml through papywizard not working as well as APG 3.5 not doing better than APG 2 in some instances.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:12 am 
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I believe there are known issues with Papywizard Import wizard (XML) with 3.5 beta 2.

Of course I wasn't using your XML data file.

Did you try 3.0.8?


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:19 pm 
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netline wrote:
Why it doesn't do as well with hard linked stacks with reference image set to brightest exposure I don't know.


I strongly suggest to merge the bracketed shots in Photomatix or Oloneo or so prior to stitching! APG then only needs to detect CPs in ONE layer instead of 3 layers.

best, Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:22 pm 
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mediavets wrote:
I believe there are known issues with Papywizard Import wizard (XML) with 3.5 beta 2.
Of course I wasn't using your XML data file.



?? which xml? Didn´t he use a NN?

best, Klaus


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:34 pm 
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?? which xml? Didn´t he use a NN?


Yes I do use a NN but in APG 2 i found it useful to use the following xml code to import correctly.

Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<papywizard version="c">
    <header>
        <general>
            <title>
                Here goes the title
            </title>
            <gps>
                Here goes the location
            </gps>
            <comment>
                Generated by Papywizard 2.1.21
            </comment>
        </general>
        <shooting mode="preset">
            <headOrientation>
                up
            </headOrientation>
            <cameraOrientation>
                portrait
            </cameraOrientation>
            <stabilizationDelay>
                0.5
            </stabilizationDelay>
            <counter>
                096
            </counter>
            <startTime>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </startTime>
            <endTime>
                2013-09-5_13h04m58s
            </endTime>
        </shooting>
        <camera>
            <timeValue>
                0.5
            </timeValue>
            <bracketing nbPicts="3"/>
            <sensor coef="1.5" ratio="3:2"/>
        </camera>
        <lens type="rectilinear">
            <focal>
                10
            </focal>
        </lens>
        <preset name="8@30 + 8@-30 + N + Z"/>
    </header>
    <shoot>
        <pict bracket="1" id="1">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="90.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="2" id="2">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="90.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="3">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="90.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="1" id="4">
            <time>
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            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
        </pict>
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            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
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            <time>
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            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="0.0"/>
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            <time>
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            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="45.0"/>
        </pict>
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            <time>
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            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="45.0"/>
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            <time>
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            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="45.0"/>
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            <time>
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            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="90.0"/>
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            <time>
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            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="90.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="12">
            <time>
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            </time>
            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="90.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="1" id="13">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
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            <position pitch="30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="135.0"/>
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            <time>
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                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
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                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
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            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="45.0"/>
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            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
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                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
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            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="135.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="39">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="135.0"/>
        </pict>
      <pict bracket="1" id="40">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="180.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="2" id="41">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="180.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="42">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="180.0"/>
        </pict>
<pict bracket="1" id="43">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="225.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="2" id="44">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="225.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="45">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="225.0"/>
        </pict>
<pict bracket="1" id="46">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="270.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="2" id="47">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="270.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="48">
            <time>
                2013-09-05_12h59m54s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="270.0"/>
        </pict>
<pict bracket="1" id="49">
            <time>
                2013-09-01_13h07m23s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="315.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="2" id="50">
            <time>
                2013-09-01_13h07m24s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="315.0"/>
        </pict>
        <pict bracket="3" id="51">
            <time>
                2013-09-01_13h07m25s
            </time>
            <position pitch="-30.0" roll="90.0" yaw="315.0"/>
        </pict>

    </shoot>
</papywizard>


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I strongly suggest to merge the bracketed shots in Photomatix or Oloneo or so prior to stitching! APG then only needs to detect CPs in ONE layer instead of 3 layers.


Thank you for the advice but APG is supposed to do this and this is what i paid for.

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I believe there are known issues with Papywizard Import wizard (XML) with 3.5 beta 2.

Of course I wasn't using your XML data file.

Did you try 3.0.8?


Nope but i will give it a go. and let you know the results


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:41 pm 
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netline wrote:
Thank you for all of your assistance

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What kind of pano head did you use that allows mounting of the camera in landscape orientation?

You shooting pattern appears to be 8-around at +/- 30 degrees pitch plus zenith at +90 bracketed x3.


It is a Nodal Ninja and it isnt landscape it is portrait but for some reason the panos always download as landscape and the camera refuses to allow us to change that setting. The pattern is correct and I have a xml script i use in APG 2 with papywizard that accepts 99% of all of our panos, now with APG 3.5 none of my panos are working with the xml, now it mostly works out of the box.



If your camera has an orientation sensor you could try turning it off.


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If your camera has an orientation sensor you could try turning it off.


I did try that and didnt have any effect. The landscape issue does not effect rendering though


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
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I just tried APG 3.0 and it did a perfect job with the xml which gave an RMS of 2.3 for the conference room and rendered without a single mistake.

My thoughts are that Kolor needs to spend a bit of time fixing the xml bug.


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
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Hello netline,
The problem you reported has been fixed in beta 3.
My try on your images with papywizard import of APG 3.5 beta 3 gives me a better stitch than with APG 3.0
Let me know if you still have troubles with APG 3.5.
Best regards,
Antoine


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 Post subject: Re: Stitching Issue
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One good tutorial for stitching panorama with highly repeating patterns : http://www.autopano.net/wiki-en/action/ ... e_new_term


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