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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:00 pm 
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Hello,

just stitched a new Gigapixel (15 Gigapixels) with the latest 2.5 Beta - and the image looks a bit weird. Like if there is massive vignetting - but at our older shoots such problems never arrised - using the same lens and camera. (and I guess vignetting can't arise just the other day?!?)

Here a crop of actual picture
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Here links to older stitchings - without the problem
http://www.gpix.at/Gpix.at-Gigapixel_gpath,kufstein,pid,9112,type,gpix.html
http://www.gpix.at/Gpix.at-Gigapixel_gpath,kitzbuehel,pid,9112,type,gpix.html

Any idea what the problem could be?

Thank you, greetings from Austria
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The crop doesn't seems to work.


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ops - corrected link - should work now

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So, this is typical of vignetting on the lens. The solution is to use Camera Raw to remove vignetting before using them in autopano.


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Hellkeeper wrote:
(and I guess vignetting can't arise just the other day?!?)

Vigneting depends on lens aperture setting, it's often clearly visible when a lens is wide open but disapears at about two stops from this aperture.

In your example vigneting should be visible on source images.

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Hi,

guess you are right with "lens wide open aperture vigneting" - this gpix was shot by a colleague and he forgot to stop down the lens :-(
Removed the vigneting with Lightroom + lens profile - but Autopano won't stitch em again - always crashes with this error message:

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(critical error, happens at stage "color matching", 3. try now)

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This error can arise when having a wrongly optimized panorama and doing color correction on that.
So process in step : uncheck color correction, do detection, see if everything is okay ( geometrically ). Then enable color correction.

My guess in this case is that you lost exif in input file, then you go a bad panorama.


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