I loaded my 48 tiffs on autopano 3 giga using the papywizard plugin.
So you used a robotic head to shoot your images? Which one?
Stiching was terrible, i had to analyze geometry many times and then i reached a excellent result (it's a room with lots of details, no uniform areas)
I need very high resolution, don't ask me why
Well - high resolution is needed when you have lots of details . .
Now...I have to correct overall lights and shadows and want to apply a graduated filter and correct some areas that have different color temperature.
Coorecting lights and shadows preferably happens in the RAW-converter. "Graduated filter" . . what would you need THAT for in a room?
Reading you have different color-temperatur i guess you used the AWB?
One on my personal "iron rules" in panoramashooting: No automatics at all. No automatic whitebalance, No autofocus, No autoexposure.
Rendering as PSB works, but doesn't allow me to save as JPEG or TIFF.
Depending on the size of your output need to use .psd/.psb - more than 30000px and more than 4GB.
Or may be there are someone who know the right way to achieve a perfect stiching and a usable output file for going on working with this image
After all, I'll have to use it on Panotour PRO 2...so I have to have a equirectangular image.
1) perform ALL of your image-editing in the RAW-converter prior to stitching.
2) avoid ANY kind of automatics.
3) calculate what size you really need to use in PTP in the end.
4) when you import your equirectangular .psb image image into PTP: preferably use JPG 7 or 8 in PTP . . not higher -
that makes no real sense regarding the quality (aside from very
rare cases), but blows up your data.
best and good luck, Klaus