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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Aussie Pete, Mar 31, 2015.

  1. Aussie Pete

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    I have been frustrated with Hugin software all day.
    Can anyone tell a "dork" like me where to get the best results for stitching Inspire1 photos.
    ...Pete
     
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    I downloaded it and will have a try for you. when I get to some results I will post it here and try to explain what I have done. :)
     
  3. Aussie Pete

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    Phatzo.....Thanks for your reply.
    Hugin works .OK...but it wont compete the last "Panormama " stage to finalise the photo.
    Either I am doing something really stupid like not saving the file prefix correctly or ?????.
    Mine wont go past the save project stage and compile the final group .
    Load photo.s.....join photo's.....edit..bend...twist...add ..remove....crop etc etc ..all working..
    up to seven photo's without a problem...until it comes time to ..save project and finalise.
    Then the other problem is the (*pto) file type...cant find software to open this type of file.
    Tried PTgui software...really good....free trial version has a water mark.....Full version is 75 English pounds.
    I will keep trying and will let you know it goes.
    Hope you have better results mate. :D
    ...Pete
     
  4. JoffaDan

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    I have been using Microsoft's image composite editor. It's free and works relatively well!
     
  5. JoffaDan

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    This is from a job I did in a little town called Lucky Bay on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula
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    you can try autopano giga, it's a beast on creating panorama, but the complete version it's not free
     
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    Hi JoffaDan.
    Thanks for the info .
    I have down loaded Microsofts ICE.
    Upgraded pc to 64 bit processor....downloaded the Redistributables..........and it works ....great stuff mate.
    A simple program with limited options , but if you have a good set of photo's (which the Inspire delivers) it all goes together easily.
    I can now export the pano file and will be able to get it enlarged/ printed off for the customers.
    Thanks once again mate.
    ...Pete
    I will post my first pano when I figure it out......:D
     
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    Pete's first Pano
     

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  9. JoffaDan

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    Cool mate, looks great!