DrSlony wrote:You write about Autopano Pro, but it seems to me you are describing Autopano Giga. The former does what you want to do properly and automatically, the latter gives you a choice. "Edit > Settings > Panorama > Prefered extend" to make that choice. "Clamp to panorama content" is what you want. Note that this was broken in one of the alpha versions, and you shouldn't be using an alpha version for production.
Phil Howard wrote:...Then I want to render that panorama at the exact pixel height desired (often a few different sizes), so I minimize scaling artifacts in the various sizes.
marco-pano wrote:Phil Howard wrote:...Then I want to render that panorama at the exact pixel height desired (often a few different sizes), so I minimize scaling artifacts in the various sizes.
I agree that the auto crop is often a bit too strong. To get the maximum area in the picture, I use the manual crop, zooming to 200%. The lines drawing the cropping box are not thin enough to be always accurate.
When you need different size of the panorama, I understand that you render it several times at the desired sizes. If you are concerned by scaling artifact, I suggest you read this post by DrSlony:
I prefer to render one time at the maximum size then I do different down scaling with photo editor.
DrSlony wrote:When you wrote that you had some bad results with Gimp, can you show examples of what you mean? Is it like what I described?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest