Circular cropping values in PTGui

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== General ==
 
== General ==
Every time you have to fill in the cropping values in PTGui for circular fisheyes you always<br>
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Every time you have to fill in the cropping values in [[PTGui]] for circular [[Fisheye Projection|fisheyes]] you always<br>
 
have to start from the beginning to approximate where these values are situated.<br>
 
have to start from the beginning to approximate where these values are situated.<br>
 
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In the following images you can see an explanation of these values in portrait and landscape<br>
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In the following images you can see an explanation of these values in [[portrait]] and [[landscape]]<br>
 
orientation.<br>
 
orientation.<br>
 
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Revision as of 23:59, 17 May 2005

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General

Every time you have to fill in the cropping values in PTGui for circular fisheyes you always
have to start from the beginning to approximate where these values are situated.

In the following images you can see an explanation of these values in portrait and landscape
orientation.

The values used are from a Canon 10D and a Sigma 8 mm Lens.

Values

Values for landscape orientation

CircCropValPTGuiLandscap.gif





Values for portrait orientation

CircrCropValPTGuiPortrait.gif



How about a table with values for all common camera and lens combinations?


Peter Nyfeler (Pitdavos)

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