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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:14 am 
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I want to set up a shooting range in the "Define Mosaic by #picures" Mosaic profile. However, the value of Overlap is only changed even by changing the #picures.
Overlap I could set on the property, for some reason, again would change.
Left image >> change >> the right image.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:17 pm 
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mamoo wrote:
I want to set up a shooting range in the "Define Mosaic by #picures" Mosaic profile. However, the value of Overlap is only changed even by changing the #picures.
Overlap I could set on the property, for some reason, again would change.
Left image >> change >> the right image.
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Mamoo,

This is what is going on with your situation.
1. For any mosaic you have to set a FOV both horizontal and vertical. For your mosaic the current FOV is 99.8/40.09
2. Based on the lens and camera combination, I assume Panoshoot gave you the initial setting of 10 images per row for 6 rows.
3. Now when you change the number of images per row from 10 to 20 Panoshoot automatically trys to fit 20 images in the same Horizontal FOV that it initially calculated 10 images to fit.

Can you tell me what exactly you are trying to accomplish so I can better assist you


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2013 2:13 am 
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HI, panoramicessentials.com
Thank you for fast replay.

I know how to determine the angle of view of the whole mosaic mode that's three.
1.define Mosaic by FoV (love, so, I. Bought the Panoshoot this mode)
2.define Mosaic by # pictures
3.define Mosaic by Corners
Below 2.).
3.define Mosaic by Corners:.
Assumed to be set both corner. Then, the value of # picts that meet the conditions of overlap that is set in the property and the value of the Pano FOV, further, value or does not change even real overlap.
Yet, I can not understand to say in the setting of define Mosaic by # pictures, overlap that would be set on the property and would change.
In this case, FOV >> 198.8/41.4, overlap >>25%....Hope my values.

"define Mosaic by FoV" Because it is a really nice feature, you should not need the other modes to me, but if I would like to thing that may now that there · ·.

Best regards.

PS:
Although'm grateful if you courtesy of making Sazesshon also results here.
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