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by fma38 » Sun Feb 07, 2010 8:10 pm

Is it what you are looking for:

http://www.autopano.net/forum/t8100-papyspheric-a-python-program-to-build-templates-for-panospheres

Still under dev, but very promising!
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by solock » Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:41 pm

Yes, close but Ill ask the question over there...
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by jpcamus » Tue Jun 15, 2010 12:55 pm

Hello

i have an error when import the xml in papywyzard, the code is

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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "papywizard/controller/mainController.pyc", line 842, in __importPresetFile
  File "papywizard/common/presetManager.pyc", line 224, in importPresetFile
UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xe9 in position 5: ordinal not in range(128)

do somebody have a solution to my problem

I am looking for a preset xml bank to papywyzard 360x180 if it doesnt exist i'am ok to begin list

thank you for your answer

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by mediavets » Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:16 pm

jpcamus wrote:Hello

i have an error when import the xml in papywizard, the code is

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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "papywizard/controller/mainController.pyc", line 842, in __importPresetFile
  File "papywizard/common/presetManager.pyc", line 224, in importPresetFile
UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xe9 in position 5: ordinal not in range(128)

do somebody have a solution to my problem

I am looking for a preset xml bank to papywizard 360x180 if it doesnt exist i'am ok to begin list

thank you for your answer

What is it you are trying to do?

Papywizard custom preset XML files and Papywizard XML data files are not the same thing.

Papywizard custom presets are typically used in situations where you are shooting spherical 360x180 panos using a relatively short focal length lens such that you don't want to have the same number of images in each row.

You can create your own quite easily.

Here's the information you'd need:
http://www.papywizard.org/wiki/UserGuideSvn#Presetmode

Use this database as a guide as to how many images and the shooting pattern you need to cover 360x180:
http://www.vrwave.com/panoramic/photography/lens_database.html

What camera body and len(es) are you using with Merlin/Papywizard?
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by gkaefer » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:31 am

Can this result be true?

using the preset generator with:

1.6, 3:2, 25, Portrait, 8mm, 3888 width, 2952 height following correct result (ok in real live Iwould add a nadir image...):
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        <shoot>
            <!-- arrange columns left to right in row 1 starting from column 1 -->
            <pict yaw="0.0" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,1 -->
            <pict yaw="64.7" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,2 -->
            <pict yaw="129.4" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,3 -->
            <pict yaw="194.1" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,4 -->
            <pict yaw="258.8" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,5 -->
            <pict yaw="323.5" pitch="-45.5"/> <!-- 1,6 -->
            <!-- arrange columns right to left in row 2 starting from column 6 -->
            <pict yaw="323.5" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,6 -->
            <pict yaw="258.8" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,5 -->
            <pict yaw="194.1" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,4 -->
            <pict yaw="129.4" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,3 -->
            <pict yaw="64.7" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,2 -->
            <pict yaw="0.0" pitch="-136.5"/> <!-- 2,1 -->
        </shoot>

but if I enter the correct focal length of 8.54mm I get:

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        <shoot>
            <!-- arrange columns left to right in row 1 starting from column 1 -->
            <pict yaw="0.0" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,1 -->
            <pict yaw="61.9" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,2 -->
            <pict yaw="123.8" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,3 -->
            <pict yaw="185.7" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,4 -->
            <pict yaw="247.6" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,5 -->
            <pict yaw="309.5" pitch="-44.0"/> <!-- 1,6 -->
            <!-- arrange columns right to left in row 2 starting from column 6 -->
            <pict yaw="309.5" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,6 -->
            <pict yaw="247.6" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,5 -->
            <pict yaw="185.7" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,4 -->
            <pict yaw="123.8" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,3 -->
            <pict yaw="61.9" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,2 -->
            <pict yaw="0.0" pitch="-132.0"/> <!-- 2,1 -->
            <!-- arrange columns left to right in row 3 starting from column 1 -->
            <pict yaw="0.0" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,1 -->
            <pict yaw="61.9" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,2 -->
            <pict yaw="123.8" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,3 -->
            <pict yaw="185.7" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,4 -->
            <pict yaw="247.6" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,5 -->
            <pict yaw="309.5" pitch="-220.0"/> <!-- 3,6 -->
        </shoot>

pitch -220" this would be similar to the -140, but at -132 there is a row... isnt this doubled covered?

using a samyang 8mm fisheye and on internet sometimes its mentioned that it is a 8.54mm fisheye...

Georg
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