Loofer wrote:Sorry to ask basic questions, I've searched the form and looked in the help index but I can't find anything on how this feature works.
I'm putting a rendered image into a series of background shots, I haven't perfected my workflow in 3ds Max to let me do accurate panoramic renders so I'm having to composite individual frames and stitch the final result. The problem is that it's stitching the composited images differently to the base plates so I can't flick cleanly between a before and after shot without the image jumping.
I assume this is what templates are for? to map the distortion of one image and re-apply it to another. I can save out the base panorama as a template but I don't know how to apply it to the next set of composited images, could anyone give me a pointer please?
Loofer wrote:Thanks Mediavets, I have tried this and you're right, it's not working, the two images are still different. If templates don't lock the distortion in then what is it they actually do?
Interestingly I've noticed when I stitch the original pics then open and save each pic in photoshop as a jpeg and stitch again, the result is different. Obviously the saving process is affecting some aspect of the picture.
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