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Sender:Erik Krause erik.krause@... [PanoToolsNG]
Date/Time: 1-Apr-2020 08:27:10 +0000
Subject:Re: stitch overlapping screenshots


Am 01.04.2020 um 08:06 schrieb Nils Holmberg:

> Hi, I'm wondering if panotools can be used to stitch multiple images
> with overlapping identical pixels, e.g. screenshots? The question is
> explained in this stack overflow post: Stitch together images with
> exactly matching (pixel to pixel) overlaps

Yes, could work. Since the images don't have any perspective distortion
this is the same situation like for scanned images are a long mural shot
from different viewpoints. This is called orthographic projection. You
would need to choose a very long focal length to simulate orthographic
projection and set control points on identical features between images.
Overlap should be more than only a few pixels for this to work.

Please note that current GUIs have extended old original panotools to
allow the direct use of multi-viewpoint images. In Hugin this is called
Mosaic Mode, in PTGui Viewpoint Correction.

See: or

Erik Krause

Posted by: Erik Krause <#removed#>

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