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Comments on Gigapan: Great Fall, MD/VA Test

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  1. Pinkerton Matthew

    Pinkerton Matthew (January 10, 2009, 02:55PM )

    stefmixo, Thanks for the feedback. As for the warning it AutoPano Pro, it did warn me about the pixel range. I'll run a couple of the others that were larger than 60000 and save in the format you recommended, and see how that goes. Thanks again!

  2. stefmixo

    stefmixo (January 10, 2009, 12:40PM )

    I also use autopano and I know this problem. Look at "where" is your problem ... in the water ! The waves moved between one pic and the next, so there's no way for any software to stitch pictures with 'nothing' the same. You'll have to edit it manually afterwards. You cannot open it in PS ? why ? did you render in 'jpg' ? That might be the problem. Autopano should have warned you that PS cannot open pics >>30 000 pxl wide . You can open it with PaintShopPro (if you have LOOOOTS of RAM) ... OR ou can RE-render your pano in PSB format (Photo-Shop-Bigfiles)