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'''PTmender''' is {{Glossary|a replacement for [[Helmut Dersch]]'s [[PTStitcher]]. It is fully Open Source|1}} and it was written by Daniel M German.  A multi-platform version is now included
 
'''PTmender''' is {{Glossary|a replacement for [[Helmut Dersch]]'s [[PTStitcher]]. It is fully Open Source|1}} and it was written by Daniel M German.  A multi-platform version is now included
with the [[pano12]] library available at [http://panotools.sf.net/ Sourceforge].
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with the [[pano12]] and pano13 libraries available at [http://panotools.sf.net/ Sourceforge].
  
 
Most useful functionality of [[PTStitcher]] has already been implemented, particularly:
 
Most useful functionality of [[PTStitcher]] has already been implemented, particularly:
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* [[cropped TIFF]] output
 
* [[cropped TIFF]] output
 
* LZW compression of [[TIFF]] output
 
* LZW compression of [[TIFF]] output
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* All the new projections supported by Hugin such as multiplane and Pannini
  
 
Functionality that hasn't been implemented:
 
Functionality that hasn't been implemented:

Latest revision as of 01:51, 17 February 2010

PTmender is a replacement for Helmut Dersch's PTStitcher. It is fully Open Source and it was written by Daniel M German. A multi-platform version is now included with the pano12 and pano13 libraries available at Sourceforge.

Most useful functionality of PTStitcher has already been implemented, particularly:

  • Compatibility with existing command line and script usage
  • Colour and brightness correction
  • Multiple TIFF output
  • PSD output with layer masks
  • Flattened TIFF, JPEG and PNG output

There is also new useful functionality not available in PTStitcher:

  • cropped TIFF output
  • LZW compression of TIFF output
  • All the new projections supported by Hugin such as multiplane and Pannini

Functionality that hasn't been implemented:

  • Support for VRML, PICT, QTVR, IVR
  • Support for other-than-rectilinear lenses such as fisheyes
  • Probably lots of other stuff