Control Point Detector Parameters

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This site will give you an overview about the different control point detectors and their main options to use with hugin. This settings can be changed in preferences dialog. A detailed description of the individual settings can be found here

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Cpfind

  • For outdoor projects, single and multi-row panorama
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program cpfind
Arguments --multirow --celeste -o %o %s
  • For indoor projects, single and multi-row panorama
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program cpfind
Arguments --multirow -o %o %s
  • For prealigned panoramas (e.g. when using a template or script)
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program cpfind
Arguments --prealigned -o %o %s
  • For very big outdoor projects, single and multi-row panorama, with caching to disc
Detector Type Multi-row panoramas
Detector One-step detector
Program cpfind
Arguments --cache --celeste -o %o %s
Cleanup arguments --clean %s

Hints:

  • MacOSX: Both in the bundle version as in the cmake version you need to add cpfind without browsing for it and without adding a pathname, just cpfind.

Panomatic

  • For general projects
Detector Type All images at once
or Multi-row panorama
Detector One-step detector
Program panomatic
Arguments -o %o %i
  • For single-row projects
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program panomatic
Arguments --linearmatch -o %o %i

Autopano-sift-C

  • For general projects
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program autopano-sift-c
Arguments --maxmatches %p --projection %f,%v %o %i
in version in Mercurial the parameter --projection is broken, use instead --maxmatches %p %o %i or --maxmatches %p %o %s (the latter works also for bigger projects)
  • For multi-row projects
Detector Type Multi-row panorama
Detector Two-step detector
Feature descriptor generatekeys
Arguments %i %k 800
Feature matcher autopano
Arguments --maxmatches %p %o %k

Autopano by Alexandre Jenny

Detector Type Autopano (by A. Jenny)
Detector One-step detector
Program autopano
Arguments /allinone /path:%d /keys:%p /project:oto /name:%o /size:1024 /f %i

Hints:

  • Autopano runs only on Windows and Linux. There is no MacOS version.
  • Don't mix autopano by A. Jenny with autopano from autopano-sift-C package.

Align_image_stack

  • As standalone detector for HDR images
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program align_image_stack
Arguments -f %v -v -p %o %i
or -f %v -v -e -p %o %i for full-frame fisheye images

Align_image_stack can also be used in conjugation with the above mentioned detector as special case for stacks. For this use case set Detector Type to Panorama with stacks or Multi-row panorama with stacks and set the options for align_image_stack on the tab Detector for stacks

Hints:

  • MacOSX: Both in the bundle version as in the cmake version you need to add align_image_stack without browsing for it and without adding a pathname, just align-image_stack.


Linefind

  • Vertical features autodetector
Detector Type All images at once
Detector One-step detector
Program linefind
Arguments -o %o %s
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