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Date/Time:26-May-2018 08:44:18 +0000
Subject:Stitching server side

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Hello All
 

 This is my first post and i am pleased to salute you :)
 

 I am using a bash script to stitch pictures on a debian9 server (1 core cpu, 4Go ram) : the panorama has many errors and glitches.
 Trying the script on OSX (i7 8700k cpu + nvidia 1080gtx + 16go ram) renders almost perfectly stitched panorama.
 

 You can compare the 2 resulting pictures :
https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/pano_osx.jpg https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/pano_osx.jpg
https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/pano_debian.jpg https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/pano_debian.jpg

 

 The debian script is here :
https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/stitch_debian.sh https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/stitch_debian.sh

 

 And the osx script is there :
 https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/stitchmac.sh https://github.com/lesitevideo/kinostitch/blob/master/stitchmac.sh

 

 Main differences with softwares are versions :
On Debian :
 - Hugin's cpfind 2016.2.0.be8da0221960
- enblend 4.2
- nona version 2016.2.0.be8da0221960

 

 On OSX :
- Hugin's cpfind 2013.0.0
- enblend 4.1.1
- nona --version not supported ...
 

 Did some body else encountered those differences and have a clue of what i am doing wrong ?

 Can it be the weak server hardware compared to the mac ? Software versions ? Wrong logic or params in the shell script ?
 

 All advises and suggestions will be appreciated !
 

 Have a nice day
 

 Rafa
  

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