kencameron1949 wrote:I am revisting old panos from 2003. The files are DNGs converted at some time between then and now - not sure when. When I use the lightoom plugin to send them to autopano giga I get good results from detecting and rendering the panos, but when I use the functionality to detect panos in a folder, the panos are detected but the result of rendering is a heavily overexposed file with blown highlights and ugly transitions. My hypothesis as to what is going wrong is that when I use the lightroom plugin, lightroom is doing the raw conversion from dng to tif successfully whereas when I use detect in folder autopano is having trouble converting the dngs. Is this a plausible hypothesis? If not, is there any other possible cause I should investigate? If so, is there any way I can get autopano to do a better job of the raw conversion on the dngs?
APG will never do as a good a job of RAW conversion than a more specialised tool.
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