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'''icpfind''' is a command line tool to use the different control point detectors and heuristic control point detector strategies defined at [[Hugin_Parameters_for_Control_Point_Detectors_dialog]] from the command line. It does not introduce new functionality, it allows to run the different control points detectors from the command line and not only in the GUI.
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'''icpfind''' is a command line tool to use the different control point detectors and heuristic control point detector strategies defined at [[Hugin_Parameters_for_Control_Point_Detectors_dialog]] from the command line. It does not introduce new functionality, it allows running the different control points detectors from the command line and not only in the GUI.
  
 
Usage is
 
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     icpfind --setting=3 --output==output.pto input.pto
 
     icpfind --setting=3 --output==output.pto input.pto
 
The '''--setting''' parameters expects an integer. The first setting in [[Hugin_Preferences]] has the number 0, the next the number 1 and so on.
 
The '''--setting''' parameters expects an integer. The first setting in [[Hugin_Preferences]] has the number 0, the next the number 1 and so on.
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[[Category:Software:Hugin]]

Latest revision as of 22:16, 12 November 2010

icpfind is a command line tool to use the different control point detectors and heuristic control point detector strategies defined at Hugin_Parameters_for_Control_Point_Detectors_dialog from the command line. It does not introduce new functionality, it allows running the different control points detectors from the command line and not only in the GUI.

Usage is

   icpfind --output==output.pto input.pto

This is using the default control point setting like the assistant.

If you want to use a certain control point detector setting, use e.g.

   icpfind --setting=3 --output==output.pto input.pto

The --setting parameters expects an integer. The first setting in Hugin_Preferences has the number 0, the next the number 1 and so on.