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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:52 am 
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Hi Guys

Coming back to this after a few years. I had some 400-image panos with AEB (3 per position), is there a guide for best workflow?

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no-one?

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mark_anderson_us wrote:
no-one?

I think the consensus would be to batch process the bracketed expsoures before stitching.

Were these images shot using a robotic pano head?

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yes shot with merlin

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mark_anderson_us wrote:
yes shot with merlin

If you choose to process the bracketed exposures prior to stitching and you want to use the XML file with the Papywixard Import wizard you'll need to either edit your XML data file - if you still have it - to reduce the number of recorded shots to one per shooting , or create new one by running a simulated shoot with no bracketing but otherwise similar settings.

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Thanks Mediavets

I realize that. I posted an XSL to do exactly that a couple of years ago: http://www.kolor.com/forum/t8979-converting-papywizard-xml-from-aeb-to-single-shot

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