Sonolta wrote:Yeah, no doubt. I took a close look at your large version prior to my initial reply, and if it were me I would certainly try to shoot a bit faster, and I would try a different software as suggested in my second link, and also mentioned by subsequent poster. If you happened to have missed the provided samples on my second link please do have a look at the difference better software can make.
dkloi wrote:Some panoramic software can take into account slight differences between frames and modify the blending region to avoid the offending regions. Enblend 3.2 and Smartblend both have this feature.
Alternatively, if your software allows, you can edit the masks after the remapping but before blending so as to prevent the blending step to blend across the moving element.
http://hugin.sourceforge.net/tutorials/ ... g/en.shtml
Or else you can be reasonably lucky and have only one or two minor stitching artifacts, http://www.360cities.net/image/rome-spa ... -afternoon
bakubo wrote:Yes, I looked at the two panoramas that were stitched with different software and the second is much better. Unfortunately, I didn't see that the author told what software was used for each. Right now I have two: old, free version of Panorama Factory and free Autostitch. Maybe I will try a couple more, even if they are just trial versions, to see if different software can handle this image. Any recommendations?
bakubo wrote:I downloaded Hugin and installed it. By the way, Hugin is a strange name. One *very* annoying thing I discovered very quickly is that it seems to expect that all frames are oriented correctly before importing, e.g., if they were taken as verticals then you must rotate them before importing. Also, they must be taken in a left to right order. If you take the photos right to left then Hugin can't handle it. The other two free programs I have used allow those things to be taken care of easily. I still haven't created a panorama with Hugin because I have to go and "fix" all the input files first. This is easy and obvious stuff that Hugin seems to be missing. It doesn't inspire confidence that the rest is ready for prime time either. I will let you know. If I have just missed the way to rotate images, fix the order, etc. in Hugin then please let me know.
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