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Sender:Erik Krause erik.krause@... [PanoToolsNG]
Date/Time:28-Apr-2016 18:48:22 +0000
Subject:Re: Convert GPS to HShift and VShift


Am 28.04.2016 um 14:42 schrieb Mark Fink:
> My question is, can I use the embedded GPS coordinates in each image to
> produce at least estimated values for the HShift and VShift parameters? That
> would get all the images properly positioned in a grid, hopefully making the
> control point generator more efficient and accurate

Given the best accuracy that can be achieved with classical GPS is 3 
meters (typical 6 meters) this would probably work only if the distance 
between two shots is fairly larger.

Apart from that: exiftool command line version can extract any value. 
You'd need a script to calculate differences and write a .PTS or .PTO 
file f.e.

Erik Krause



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