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Help editing stitched photos (w Screenshots)

by Bbobby07 » Sun Jul 27, 2014 6:44 pm

Hello,
Does anyone have pointers for editing stitched panos so there isn't a "line" where the two ends connect?

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Thank you in advance for your help. :)
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Re: Help editing stitched photos (w Screenshots)

by mediavets » Sun Jul 27, 2014 7:51 pm

Did you edit the stitched pano after it was rendered and before using it as input to PTP?

If so, which image editor did you use?

And what sort of edits did you make?

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Re: Help editing stitched photos (w Screenshots)

by Bbobby07 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:01 pm

Yes, I edit the .jpeg file after the photo is rendered in APG. I edit it light room 5. Saturation and vibrance seem to be the main adjustments that give this line. Do you have a present or recommendation for great pano editing?

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Re: Help editing stitched photos (w Screenshots)

by Cliquetsy » Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:35 am

Generally, photo editing software isn't "aware" of 360° panoramas unless they have specific settings for them, so if you edit the final panorama, the software won't care to have the two edges match, and they can end up having pretty big differences resulting in that big line you've noticed.

You should edit your images before stitching them, so that Autopano can do it's job & bother about getting the ends to match. ;)

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Re: Help editing stitched photos (w Screenshots)

by klausesser » Fri Dec 05, 2014 2:23 pm

Bbobby07 wrote:Yes, I edit the .jpeg file after the photo is rendered in APG. I edit it light room 5. Saturation and vibrance seem to be the main adjustments that give this line. Do you have a present or recommendation for great pano editing?



I do all my editing of rendered equis in Photoshop. Never had this issue in almost 8 years now. You just need to care for not editing manually close to the boders!

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