a a gruntpuddock wrote:This feature is not available in Autopano Pro, options are free or single row/ column.
macbenutzer wrote:Just think of a small panel popping up before the recognition is started saying "Any details known on this project? Enter them here." There you could enter the number of rows, lines, brackets and this information would used by Autopano as "hint" where to put images and what to do with orphaned images. It would be a very easy and totally hasslefree way to get a very valuable information about a project. No more orphaned images or "sub-panorama" in a project!
Maybe i just would like to have something like this as i am more of a photographer than a programmer ;-)
mediavets wrote:(The Seitz VRDrive2 and the Panogear/T&C Touch controller can also generate Papywizard-compatible XML format data files).
a a gruntpuddock wrote:Thanks mediavets - a bit of APP I had vever explored!
Pity the supplied options do not match the pattern I set for my home-grown pano head, but it's nice to know they are available.
a a gruntpuddock wrote:I have two patterns, depending on whether I want to shoot in rows or columns.
In either case, it starts at the top left corner then trundles along one row/ column, shifts, then reverses direction.
So, in the case of columns (my preference), it goes down, across, up, across, down.
Did it that way because it saves the time and battery power compared to always starting the row or column at the same end.
I did not bother looking at the 'input' options before because I assumed you had to have used one of the commercial heads to prepare all the relevant files, etc.
Think I will try an old pano again using these options, I had to spend some time setting the sky shots by hand but that may not be necessary.
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