daniberger at gmx.ch
Fri Oct 22 09:11:07 BST 2004
Jesper K. Pedersen schrieb:
> | Aside: anyone know of a good panorama tool? I try hugin
> | periodically but it consistently core dumps and/or completely
> | fails to produce any kind of output.
> | That program is an incredible pain to compile.
> I would be very gracefull if someone could compile a feature list for panorama
> feature for me.
> I'd like to get that into kimdaba in the near future, but am unsure about what
> to do about it.
> Pointers to programs that does this will is also appreciated.
I played around with P on Windows and Hugin(GUI for panotools) on Linux.
But as stated before, many times I did not got hugin working (eg. on
Gentoo) - and if its working, its very complicated to get a good pano.
There is a gimp-plugin of panotools to use it in gimp.
Maybe you want to throw a look on that.
I think this should be the way to get that integrated - via a kipi plugin.
A friend has bought a new Nikon Coolpix and there is a very easy
Panorama Software from Nikon included.
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