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'''Hugin_stitch_project''' stitches a Hugin project file. It provides an GUI interface to select the project file and to select the output folder and output prefix. The project file and the output folder/prefix can also be specified on the command line
 
'''Hugin_stitch_project''' stitches a Hugin project file. It provides an GUI interface to select the project file and to select the output folder and output prefix. The project file and the output folder/prefix can also be specified on the command line
 
     hugin_stitch_project --output=path/to/output/prefix project.pto
 
     hugin_stitch_project --output=path/to/output/prefix project.pto
If you don't need the project file after stitching it can be deleted automatic at the end of the stitching with the switch --delete.
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If you don't need the project file after stitching it can be deleted automatic at the end of the stitching with the switch <code>--delete</code>.
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'''Hugin_stitch_project''' checks for the existence of the generated files and ask for confirmation for overwriting these files. This confirmation can be suppressed by supplying the switch <code>/w</code> or <code>--overwrite</code> on the command line.
  
 
Internal it creates a temporary makefile for stitching and executes the makefile with make. If you need this functionality without a GUI you can use the following commands on the command line
 
Internal it creates a temporary makefile for stitching and executes the makefile with make. If you need this functionality without a GUI you can use the following commands on the command line
 
     pto2mk -o makefile.mk -p prefix project.pto
 
     pto2mk -o makefile.mk -p prefix project.pto
 
     make -f makefile.mk all
 
     make -f makefile.mk all
'''Hugin_stitch_project''' makes use of specified alternative programs for enblend and enfuse and their default command line switches. [[pto2mk]] can not read the [[Hugin Preferences]] and does not use the specifed alternative programs.
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'''Hugin_stitch_project''' makes use of specified alternative programs for enblend and enfuse and their default command line switches. [[pto2mk]] can not read the [[Hugin Preferences]] and does not use the specified alternative programs.
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Latest revision as of 21:15, 7 June 2011

Hugin_stitch_project stitches a Hugin project file. It provides an GUI interface to select the project file and to select the output folder and output prefix. The project file and the output folder/prefix can also be specified on the command line

   hugin_stitch_project --output=path/to/output/prefix project.pto

If you don't need the project file after stitching it can be deleted automatic at the end of the stitching with the switch --delete.

Hugin_stitch_project checks for the existence of the generated files and ask for confirmation for overwriting these files. This confirmation can be suppressed by supplying the switch /w or --overwrite on the command line.

Internal it creates a temporary makefile for stitching and executes the makefile with make. If you need this functionality without a GUI you can use the following commands on the command line

    pto2mk -o makefile.mk -p prefix project.pto
    make -f makefile.mk all

Hugin_stitch_project makes use of specified alternative programs for enblend and enfuse and their default command line switches. pto2mk can not read the Hugin Preferences and does not use the specified alternative programs.

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