I was rendering multiple panoramas generated from CR2 files, and all the panoramas were generated "correctly"; Photoshop is able to open the PSD/PSB files generated, however, in many cases the main layer or background is empty (not white).
If the panorama is rendered again individually, the PSD/PSB file will be generated correctly and Photoshop will show the image.
We do not have reproduce this issue. Can you precise your protocol and the rendering options ? When you say "in many cases" that means that is not always reproducible and/or not always the same panorama ?
We have fixed something which can render the file with a very small alpha value (so 0 when 16bit values are displayed). You can verify if in "Blending setting", "advanced settings", blending mode is well set (not empty).
I already defined the blending mode in Antighost, but the system always changes this setting to custom (this issue was already reported), so, changing the setting to Antighost before the rendering allows the generate the panorama correctly.
Additionally, I noticed a problem when you're rendering multiple panoramas and press Stop... the application crash. This issue was already reported?