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Panorama distorted when loading

by Baumhaus » Sun Jul 14, 2013 2:50 am

Hi everybody,
I attach an image of what's happening when i'm loading a panorama for stitching in my trial version of APV. I would like to know what's the issue with this. The AP file is OK but when i load it, it distorts.

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by Didi » Sun Jul 14, 2013 5:59 am

possible to get the pano?

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by AntoineM » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:40 am

Hello Baumhaus,

It seems that the order of the cameras is not respected.
If the .pano file is a template you downloaded, you have to make sure the gopro 1 is in the holder #1 and the gopro2 is in the holder #2 and so on ... You will find more information here:
If you generated it, you probably did it on videos with a different order.
Autopano Video use the videos filenames to order them, so in both cases the problem will be solved by renaming your video files so as to get the right ordering.
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by Baumhaus » Sun Jul 14, 2013 5:00 pm

Thanks Antoine and Didi for your quick answer. I finally fixed it.
Names of the video files were:
The 'standalone' Panorama was okey, but it seems that APV was reading the videos in alphabetic order, wich puts video 3 and 4 after the 6.
I changed the names for cam2GOPR0008, cam3GOPR0010 and so, to provide the videos with a normal alphabetical order.

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