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|Date/Time:||Wed, 22 Feb 2006 16:46:11 -0000|
|Subject:||Re: PTGui 5.7 - how to use the antialiasing filters ?|
I notice that the new Interpolators are only available if you warp
with Panotools, is there any downside to warping with PT rather than
I have stiched the same pano with several of the new filters and
displayed the results in the Deval viewer. There is a big difference
in the Antialiasing between those that I have tested thusfar. Do you
have any recommendations as to the best one to use? I have not tested
using QT yet, I will get around to that later.
My spare time is currently tight, I am selling some older gear and
purchasing a used 1DS!
--- In #removed#, Joost Nieuwenhuijse <imim@...> wrote:
> Erik Krause wrote:
> > Given a simple perspective correction - image tilted down several
> > degrees so it gets blown up in the lower half and compressed in the
> > upper half. How would PTGui react?
> The kernel size will be based on the pixel density in the center of the
> source image.
> So, yes: the image will be slightly blurred in the lower part and
> slightly aliased in the upper part.
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