daniberger at gmx.ch
Fri Oct 22 09:56:10 BST 2004
> Hugin is, as stated, a front-end to the panotools .. which apparently are
> very good, just suffer a woeful native interface. Hugin, judging by the
> tutorial for using it, is a superb and sexy and wonderful interface ..
> but even after you get thru the thrill of compiling the sucker, it will
> happily let you spend a half hour lining up all your common points to
> connect the photos together, and then produce a zero-byte output.
> Oh, and it randomly and frequently crashes.
exactly, and mor frequently than randomly :-(
> Apart from that it's a great program (judging, as I say, by the screenshots
> on their web site).
Just look at the results, which some where able to produce with it:
> Your best bet would probably be the panotools / hugin codebase, though,
> and see if you're still interested in it once you've gone through the fun
> experience of those tools.
> I typically use a win2k-in-vmware session to crank up PhotoStitch.
I used http://www.panoramafactory.com/ back on my Windowsdays.
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