babgon wrote:[...]C'est assez bizarre car un moment l pan de retrouve a l'envers[...]
Je possède une tête et module BT depuis seulement quelques jours.
J'ai genere un preset pour faire un panorama 360°, via le script Dispo sur le forum
J'ai choisi le mode paysage, car je ne possède que le rail d'origine de la tête
Je mets mon reflex avec son objectif 10mm a l'horizontal. Sur le rail
Lorsque je lance le preset dans papywizard, il me prends les photos. C'est assez bizarre car un moment l pan de retrouve a l'envers
Bref lorsque dans autopano pro je charge le fichier XML et les photos, le logiciel n arrive pas a me faire un panorama
Que faut il faire ?
I think the problem may be because this preset generator produces presets that assume that:
"The preset generated assumes top-center (zenith) corner of the pano is the home position that is yaw = 0, and pitch = 0.
This is not the usual reference position - which would be looking straight ahead with the camera rail at 90 degrees to the vertical arm of the Merlin.
If you inspect the shooting position values in the XML data fle you will probably find some very strange values outside of the range of +90 to -90 on the vertical axis (pitch). As a result the Papywizard Import wizard does not work properly because it expects values on the vertical axis (pitch) in the range +90 to -90, and on the horizontal axis (yaw) between +180 and -180.
What camera and lens are you using? It may be that someone has already created a suitable custom preset for your configuration.
If you hope to shoot 360x180 panos indoors it is very unlikely that you will be able to mount your camera/lens at the No Parallax Point (NPP) with the camera mounted in landscape orientation.
To mount the camera in portrait orientation you can either disassemble the L-bracket or buy or make a simple rail.
babgon wrote:I have a Canon EOS 400D with Canon EF-S 10-22.
So I need a simple rail for No parallax Point.
Sugestion for a simple Rail ?
mediavets wrote:You can buy something like this - which is what I use, along with a 1/4 bolt, washer and wingnut to connect the camera:
babgon wrote:J'ai un Canon EOS 400D avec un Canon EF-S 10-22
Donc j'ai besoin d'un rail pour corriger le problème de NPP
Des suggestions pour un rail ?
Hansenlair wrote:regarde un peu le 400d doit avoir les mêmes dimentions.
babgon wrote:mediavets wrote:You can buy something like this - which is what I use, along with a 1/4 bolt, washer and wingnut to connect the camera:
I received a response from the seller (pulsar-optical.co.uk/). It does not ship to France.
You lived in the UK. Is it conceivable that you buy me and you
send it? (I'll pay by paypal for example?)
Otherwise, I'll get in France ...
mediavets wrote:If you still want one I could get one this week as they are based not too far from where I live.
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