I've got lots of photos (sorted in directories with maybe 50-200 shots in each), and many times I've taken a series of photos I wanted to stitch together into a panorama and then I forgot about them when I got home.
Is there a tool I could run on my directory of photos that would detect photos that can possibly be stitched into a panoramas for me? I'm mainly a Linux user, but could use some other OS if it made this easier.
PTBatcherGUI (in Hugin) has a "Search Directory For.... Images" function which is almost there - it seems to detect groups of photos based on the camera and time between them, but it picks up loads of false positives (e.g. multiple shots of the same thing). Ideally there would be something that took PTBatcherGUI's results, aligned them, and then only passed on the ones where alignment worked and created an image that was bigger than the source.
Is there a tool that does that? It'd be great to be able to pull up some of my 'lost' panoramas!