Difference between revisions of "Enblend Testcase 2008-05-18"

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Tiff files here: [[:Media:Budapest45 tif.zip|Budapest45 tif.zip]]
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[[:Media:Budapest45 tif.zip|'''Budapest45 tif.zip''']] with TIFF files used for blending.
  
 
Images to be blended (JPEG visualisations, without mask):
 
Images to be blended (JPEG visualisations, without mask):
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[[Image:Budapest45 blended.jpg|300px]]<br>
 
[[Image:Budapest45 blended.jpg|300px]]<br>
  
The images show significant parallax shift. The optimised seam cuts through the lamppost, although visually the seam could avoid the lamppost by running always left to it.
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The images show significant parallax shift. The optimised seam cuts through the lamp post, although visually the seam could avoid the lamp post by running always left to it.
  
As the images are cropped at the top, the yellow seam line could (in principle) start anywhere at the top edge. In practice the seam line should start somewhere in the middle, to give sufficient belnd space to either side.
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As the images are cropped at the top, the yellow seam line could (in principle) start anywhere at the top edge. In practice the seam line should start somewhere in the middle, to give sufficient blend space to either side.

Latest revision as of 13:46, 19 May 2008

Budapest45 tif.zip with TIFF files used for blending.

Images to be blended (JPEG visualisations, without mask):

Budapest4 20070827.jpg Budapest5 20070827.jpg

Results as of enblend 3.1 included in hugin cvs3036 OSX distribution by Harry:

Budapest45 visual.jpg

Budapest45 blended.jpg

The images show significant parallax shift. The optimised seam cuts through the lamp post, although visually the seam could avoid the lamp post by running always left to it.

As the images are cropped at the top, the yellow seam line could (in principle) start anywhere at the top edge. In practice the seam line should start somewhere in the middle, to give sufficient blend space to either side.