Malvern

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Martin_Kulhavy

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Date Created 10/8/2012
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Lieutenant Over 1 year ago
Hi,Martin,Beautiful sky, how you do it, is directly spliced ​​with PTGUI, or PHOTOSHOP patch?I've tried, this did not reference the "sky" like stitching up.
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
I entered the parameters (yaw, pitch, roll) in PTGUI manually. For ground shots I use Manfrotto 303SPH with 5 degree steps, so I know that the intervals in yaw must be 5 degrees. This example is taken from the mast with Orion robotised head. I set up the coordinates for the robotised sequence on PC (1 overhead shot, 12 shots at 60 degree latitude, 18 shots at 30 degree latitude) so again I know exactly the parameters for PTGUI. The is some small inaccuracy, but this is not a problem on the sky since there are no objects there.
Lieutenant Over 1 year ago
I did not understand what you say, how in PTGUI manual input parameters, say 4 "sky" photo, there is no reference to already know the pitch angle of the photo, and the left and right angles, how to splice?This problem has not been resolved, as long as there is no reference in the "sky" photo, these "sky" can not be spliced​​.
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
In PTGui, tab: "Image parameters" you can enter yaw, pitch and roll manually. For this panorama for parameters were:
image no-yaw-pitch
0-0-90
1-0-60
2-30-60
3-60-60
4-90-60
...
12-330-60
13-0-30
14-20-30
...
30-340-30
31-0-0

I knew the coordinates, because I programmed the head to take to photos at these coordinates.
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