hermer-blr wrote:Sorry, but what is this suggestion of stitching jpeg rather than tiff.
jpeg has to be the very last step in the image processing chain in order to avoid losing information
LJADC wrote:Hello Forum.
I would like to make a panorama with 29 images. These images are all RGB tiff files in one Folder on the Harddisk.
However, both APP and APG do not make one group of those images but two and off course I've checked "force every image to be in the panorama".
Any idea what I might do wrong?
LJADC wrote:Yes, Andrew, I've stitched the two separate files into one with APG and they blended fine.
But again, next time I will use a Pano Head.
LJADC wrote:The solution is rather obvious...
This morning I noticed that GROUP CREATION CRITERIA, on the first popup screen op APG, was set on 20 images. I've changed it into 30 images and YES! Now APG detects all 29 images in one folder and blends them extremely nice into one panorama. And look at the Global RMS of 1.86, to me that is a superb achievement.
Thank you Kolor Team for a great program, and thank you Forum for being there!
Greetings from the Netherlands,
'[bo wrote:']Yep, me too! The "Browse Folder" is too complicated and unpredictable for me and I always select the pano groups manually anyway!
'[bo wrote:']Still, there's a great usage for the "Browse Folder" - recently I fed it a folder with holiday photos from my brother and it found 4 panoramas he didn't knew he took!
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