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editing the seam on a 360 pano

by marzipano » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:07 pm

Hi
I'm not sure whether this is a simple question or tricky:

I have a couple of 360 panos with full revolution where there is a slight seam where the left hand and right hand edges join.

Is there a way of bringing this seam temporarily into the middle of the image just for editing purposes then putting the edges back to where they were. Trying to correct the extreme edges to get rid of the seam is proving impossible (I use paint.net to make these sort of changes)

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Re: editing the seam on a 360 pano

by Cliquetsy » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:40 pm

There isn't an easy way to do it, can you not process your images before stitching to avoid having those edges appear?

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Re: editing the seam on a 360 pano

by marzipano » Sat Aug 29, 2015 8:56 pm

I would have fixed this before stitching but there was nothing to fix at that stage !

I think I probably accidentally introduced these during editing rather than stitching. They are not major faults and not worth starting over but if it was easy to fix I would try it.

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Re: editing the seam on a 360 pano

by Cliquetsy » Sat Aug 29, 2015 9:50 pm

I meant doing whatever edit you seem to be doing after the pano is stitched, to the individual images, so as to not introduce the seam in post production because photo editing software has no idea what 360° is or how to handle it, hence the visible frontier.


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