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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:23 pm 
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The first screen capture is a detail of what I get when rendering a 29999 pixels wide pano and the second screen capture Is what I get when rendering the corresponding detail at 100%.

Note: as explained in http://www.autopano.net/forum/t9921-minor-bug-in-rendering-menu-interpolator only bicubic interpolator is availlable.





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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:31 pm 
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GURL wrote:
The first screen capture is a detail of what I get when rendering a 29999 pixels wide pano and the second screen capture Is what I get when rendering the corresponding detail at 100%.

Note: as explained in http://www.autopano.net/forum/t9921-minor-bug-in-rendering-menu-interpolator only bicubic interpolator is availlable.

Guess it´s a Flashplayer issue - it was usual before vers. 9 or 10 (forgot it . . )

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klausesser wrote:
Guess it´s a Flashplayer issue - it was usual before vers. 9 or 10 (forgot it . . )

I remember this old bug, too, but don't remember the version.

This being said, I didn't use any player. The (bad) 42% rendering is an ordinary JPEG. For the 100% (good) rendering I used Autopano Crop tool and this is a JPEG, too.

Since my previous post I rendered the whole pano at 100% in KRO format and displayed it using XnView: no problem...

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Confirmed issue 189


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A really low jaggy is present and only when source files are in jpeg. Not an issue that really needs too much attention.


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