AlexandreJ wrote:Okay, here's a new version ! 1.4.2
NEW : You will found a new button near the smartblend drop button => you can play with those values, there are internal smartblend value which can be interesting to play with.
rami wrote:A description of Smartblend's parameters is available here: http://www.autopano.net/wiki/action/view/Interpolation_and_blenders#Smartblend
Une description des paramètres de Smartblend est accessible ici: http://www.autopano.fr/wiki/action/view/Interpolateur_et_m%C3%A9langeur
klausesser wrote:In fact, this description doesntÂ´tell me anything at all . . .
GURL wrote:klausesser wrote:In fact, this description doesntÂ´tell me anything at all . . .
The parameter name, pyramidal, don't matter (provided we all use this name.)
In the commentaries, the only useful informations are:
- the smaller the value the stronger the changes
- very large values do nothing
- value 4 is the default
Illustrations are, by far, the most important part. They really tell me something and trying to describe that using words seems useless!
Given the illustrations, my questions are:
1) what is the example image actual pixel size ? (= image size don't matter ?)
2) why no attempt at using 2, 1 or 0 values ? (= are value smaller than the default useless ?)
On the same web page the interpolator section is a clear example of why documentation is difficult: it's obvious for any experienced user that the example is shown at 200% or more but inexperienced users will not figure that and will probably conclude using Spline64 is preferable !
That specifying example image sizes is mandatory is not obvious for everybody : I run the risk to look like a very boring person!
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