Rescuing Difficult Panoramas on Linux, Hugin part 2
Sep 09, 2010, 18:05 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Akkana Peck)
"Hugin, as discussed in part I, is an amazingly powerful program
for stitching together big panoramas.
"But sometimes it mysteriously gets confused, and no one seems
to know why. Sometimes scaling the input photos to smaller size
will help, but not always. Here are some ways to rescue those
confused panoramas. Adding control points manually
"If it looks like Hugin hasn't matched your images properly, you
can adjust the points Hugin uses to match the two photos. Use the
Control points tab. Initially it will show the same image in both
windows, so change the right image manually using the dropdown
"If Hugin is already showing a list of control points it added
automatically, you may want to remove those: select all the points
in the list at the bottom, then click Delete."