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[PanoToolsNG] PTFilters with Affinity Photo

Has somebody tried PTFilters with Affinity Photo ? It is sayed that we can reuse filters for Photoshop but I can't.

PanoTools NG - jmparatte54@yahoo.com [PanoToolsNG] - 19-Jun-12 14:36

[PanoToolsNG] image connectivity graph

I am creating a image connectivity graph for the first stage in my project Can autpano-* be used for the photo matching stage? I am using the dataset from http://phototour.cs.washington.edu/datasets/ I have two other datasets, but I dont have per

PanoTools NG - Tom Sparks tomasparks.ts@gmail.com [PanoToolsNG] - 18-Nov-14 06:16

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Little Planet - first one

The little planet effect is much, much older. More than a century ago, in the time of the painted panorama, "little planets" were used as "floorplans" to tell spectators what they saw in which part of the panorama. https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/li

PanoTools NG - Aldo Hoeben aldo@hoeben.net [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-29 11:58

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Little Planet - first one

Here?s an article that Ken Turkowski wrote back in 1999, that provides further reference. http://www.realitypixels.com/turk/quicktimevr/fisheye.html Scott Highton Author, Virtual Reality Photography Web: http://www.vrphotography.com

PanoTools NG - Scott Highton scott@highton.com [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-29 07:10

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Little Planet - first one

You might want to check with Ken Turkowski on this, since he authored a number of early patents on spherical (and other) stitching algorithms, as well as the work and patents of Ned Greene in the 1980s, which predated by a decade or more those of Apple an

PanoTools NG - Scott Highton scott@highton.com [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-29 07:10

[PanoToolsNG] Little Planet - first one

Hello guys long time no see Please, this question goes to the more old friends from this list Does someone knows WHEN was the first Sterographic projection show to the world ? In the print or online version of a Little Planet Thanks in advance

PanoTools NG - AYRTON avi@ayrton.com [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-28 20:11

[PanoToolsNG] Stitching server side

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 + n

PanoTools NG - rafa226@gmail.com [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-26 10:44

[PanoToolsNG] PS scripts to facilitate editing of 360° panoramas

Hello, I've written two photoshop scripts to facilitate the editing of 360? panoramas, namely the problem of editing across the 360? seam. One re-implements the old Shift Half Width script by Eric Geerds as a much faster jsx script. The second d

PanoTools NG - Erik Krause erik.krause@gmx.de [PanoToolsNG] - 18-May-09 21:44

[PanoToolsNG] What would be the best approach for despeckling/denoising?

Hi all, this is somewhat tangential to panorama stitching, but some of the things that a panorama stitcher does apply to my use case as well, so I hope the panotools are useful anyway. Since the use case description is MUCH longer than the quest

PanoTools NG - Joachim Durchholz jo@durchholz.org [PanoToolsNG] - 18-Feb-23 16:43

[PanoToolsNG] Stitching aerial images

Hello, I'm a teacher from France and I'm working on a "challenge" for which Panotool would be helpful I guess (I had use PanoTool several years ago but I miss a recent experience with it). Some weeks ago, I helped students from a high school her

PanoTools NG - Sylvain Rondi rondi@wanadoo.fr [PanoToolsNG] - 17-Dec-08 09:28

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