Even if the scene is not of interest to anyone expect me, I think that I should report the problem to the developers If you look at the attached image you will see that the ends of the pano are overlapping. This means APG think it's a 360°+ Panorama, but it is not...
I exported them as jpeg to get a smaller Archive for testing... You can get the archive here
Hi mohnid, I can reproduce your issue in 3.0.8 but, to me, it is solved by version 3.5 beta. With default settings, I get an HFOV of 303° and an estimated focal of 58.1 mm, so the ends of the pano are no more overlapping. This HFOV is still overestimated, maybe due to parallax. By removing the control points most affected by parallax (the closest ones), the HFOV drops under 180°. Visually, the renderings with HFOV of 303° and 180° look exactly the same, this is because these two solutions are mathematically very close. If you still have the overlapping problem on your side, what you can do is to disable estimation of the focal. Best regards, Antoine
Hi Antoine, thanks for the reply I als tried now with the jpg images and get (default settings) a HFOV of 185°, but when I use the raw images I still get a HFOV of 360°. Where can I disable 'estimation of focal', is this in 'optimization scopes' -> focal (disabled) ? Kind regards, Daniel