Improving Anti-Ghost Overlapping in APG  

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Improving Anti-Ghost Overlapping in APG

by mdbarnes13 » Tue Nov 04, 2014 5:19 pm

Hello All,

I shot a virtual tour yesterday outside where things unfortunately (like animals) move. It is causing ghosting in my pano. See the ghosting of the ducks in the attached "BehindEastLake_01.pano.png." Is there any way to tell Auto Pano Giga (APG) to choose specific moving ducks from, say, one photo and ignore moving pixels from another still that, when weaved together, cause the ghosting?

I selected the anti-ghosting blending preset from APG Settings. See attached "APGSettings_Anti-GhostOverlapping.png" screenshot. Is there anything more I can do to prevent objects in motion from ghosting in a pano?

Any feedback would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Re: Improving Anti-Ghost Overlapping in APG

by marzipano » Tue Nov 04, 2014 6:34 pm

Sounds like a case for the masking tool

Use the red (suppress) or green (include) markers to click on ducks or parts of ducks as needed.
The masking tool will display the "active" image properly but inactive ones are partly greyed our - see screenshot

mask.jpg



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Re: Improving Anti-Ghost Overlapping in APG

by mdbarnes13 » Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:31 pm

Martin,

Thanks for the tip! I will try it out. I thought it was something I had to do with the render engine.

Thanks again,

Mike


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