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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:24 pm 
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When using Browse folder I often find I need to go through and clean out groups of images that aren't panoramas.
For images that are a single stack, it'd be nice to be able to set a preference to not stitch those (also when a panorama is detected in a big group, where images are only from a single stack).

example 1:
group consists of
StandAloneHDRStack1

example 2:
group consists of

PanoStack1 PanoStack2 PanoStack3 StandAloneHDRStack1

it'd be nice when it finds 2 panoramas (PanoStack1,2,3 (9 images) and StandAloneHDRStack1 (3 images)) to not have it take up the resources of building preview.


I do like the ability to stitch stacks (your alignment works much better than HDR programs) I often don't want to do it.

Thanks!


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:11 pm 
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while the browse folder, minimum number in a group option helps with this, it doesn't help where a group has a bracketed set along with other photos (so it meets minimum number for a group).
example:
I set minimum images for group to 4 to it doesn't look at a 3 image bracketed set by itself, but if I have a group:
stack 1,2,3
stack 4,5,6
it will stitch both of those as a panorama (which granted is useful for aligning handheld hdrs)
but it would be great to have a preference to tell it don't stitch if all images are in the same stack

Thanks for so open to suggestions here on the forum!


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I think when a panorama is detected in a big group, where images are only from a single stack.


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