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seen Oct 22 '12 at 17:23

Well stuff...


Sep
25
comment Hugin image/layer order
Your image mask worked wonderfully. ;) It gives work to apply, but then everything works fine
Sep
25
comment Hugin image/layer order
You should read what is asked. The image order doesn't always works, and in my case, it didn't as there are various resolution/focal-length images.
Sep
23
comment Hugin image/layer order
Thanks for your answer, i'll try now ;)
Sep
11
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
NOTE: It takes tons of time to render everything. It took more than 24 hours for every try. To speed up everything, is a good idea to make a 20Gb swap file. A big /tmp is also required, otherwise it will fail. Everything runs reasonably fast until you reach the end of RAM and SWAP space.
Sep
11
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
@Unapiedra Yes but hugin only processes images from different lens if they have almost the same size. If there is a big difference,hugin doesnt recognises. (Requires everything done manualy)
Sep
6
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
You solution seems to be working, but i can't ensure that it works yet. In the whole day i were only able to complete two optimizations, and there are huge improvements, but hugin is still unable to find control points between the 18 and the 75mm sets. This is a "minor problem" as manually adding everything just takes a couple of hours, the remaining time is spent processing... If this works, it should be complete within 48 hours.
Sep
6
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
Oh... They're just about 200 images... It could be worst! :P Let's put hands working!
Sep
6
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
I'll try to do as you said. But since i cannot simply go to the same place and take some more shots, i'll try to split the scaled images. To distinguish them, i'll mark some tiny yellow points in every corner. Sould be enought i guess... If it works, your grid solution is the correct answer.
Sep
6
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
@DetlevCM Because the scaled river images have the area/resolution of about 14 75mm images, they take a huge abount of RAM to process. Even if they process one by one.
Sep
5
comment Gigapixel panorama problems
The problem is: How can i make process everything within a low limit of ram? I don't think that people who establish resolution world records have computers with terabytes of ram... there must be a way. In those Gigapixel photos, i also don't think that they can freeze the water to fit every tile, wave by wave.