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* [[pto2mk]] generation of Makefiles for command-line stitching.
 
* [[pto2mk]] generation of Makefiles for command-line stitching.
 
* [[cpclean]] command line tool to remove control points with improbable error distances
 
* [[cpclean]] command line tool to remove control points with improbable error distances
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* [[cpfind]] command line tool to find control points
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* [[icpfind]] command line tool for using heuristic control point matching like inside [[hugin]Hugin GUI]
 
* [[calibrate_lens]] automatic lens calibration using straight-line detection
 
* [[calibrate_lens]] automatic lens calibration using straight-line detection
 
* [[vig_optimize]] command line tool to estimate photometric parameters.
 
* [[vig_optimize]] command line tool to estimate photometric parameters.

Revision as of 15:16, 9 October 2010

Hugin is an opensource graphical user interface (GUI) for Panorama tools. It also provides a number of additional components and command line tools.

About Hugin

Like other GUI front-ends, hugin provides an easy-to-use unified point-and-click interface to a whole range of other command-line tools including:

The Hugin project also provides open source replacements for the small number of closed source components of Panorama tools, especially PTStitcher. A PTStitcher replacement called nona has been developed, supporting its most important features.

Among the Hugin workflow options, it is possible to correct exposure, Vignetting and White balance between photos; generate HDR or exposure blended output from bracketed photos; or use 16bit and HDR input data natively.

Hugin components

The following tools are part of the hugin suite:

More information, documentation and tutorials are available on the project website.

User interface

Development

Hugin is Open Source, and like every community-developed software very much dependent on voluntary contributions of resources. If you have coding skills, you are welcome to look at the source code and contribute to it. Even if you don't have coding skills, you most likely have some skills that the project could use and you are more than welcome to contribute your time. The tasks requiring attention change frequently and so do the required skillset and resources. Find more about the development process.


See also

  • hugin FAQ Frequently asked questions about hugin

External links

Supported operating systems