Hugin Photos tab

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The User interface modes, being '''Simple''', '''Advanced''' and '''Expert''' determine the layout and (number of) options in this tab.
 
The User interface modes, being '''Simple''', '''Advanced''' and '''Expert''' determine the layout and (number of) options in this tab.
  
With regard to the layout itself: The column '''Stack no.'''  in the images table (see above (enlarged) screen capture) is only visible and usable in '''Advanced''' and '''Expert''' mode.
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With regard to the layout itself: The column '''Stack no.'''  in the images table (see above (enlarged) screen capture) is only visible (and available) in '''Advanced''' and '''Expert''' mode.
  
 
On the right side of the screen you will find the '''Group by:''' drop down box with immediately above it the label showing in which user interface mode the screen is currently being used.
 
On the right side of the screen you will find the '''Group by:''' drop down box with immediately above it the label showing in which user interface mode the screen is currently being used.

Revision as of 14:31, 26 January 2013

Hugin Photos tab

The Photos tab is a combination of the "old" Images tab and the "old" Camera and Lens tab as being used in Hugin versions untill 2012.0.0.

The Photos tab is used to:

  • Manage the images in a hugin project.
  • Edit the positions of the images in the final panorama.
  • Edit the lens settings.

Multi-selection can be used to change the parameters for multiple images.

Screenshot of Photos tab; click for enlarged image


User interface modes

The User interface modes, being Simple, Advanced and Expert determine the layout and (number of) options in this tab.

With regard to the layout itself: The column Stack no. in the images table (see above (enlarged) screen capture) is only visible (and available) in Advanced and Expert mode.

On the right side of the screen you will find the Group by: drop down box with immediately above it the label showing in which user interface mode the screen is currently being used. The available options are displayed in the table below.

"Group by:" options per user interface mode
Simple Advanced Expert
None None None
Lens Lens Lens
Stacks Stacks
Output layers
Output stacks

Context menu

This tab contains a "Context menu", sometimes better known as a "right-click menu" which is accessible in the images table.

There are three possibilities:

  • A "right-click" in the table without any image(s) selected
  • A "right-click" in the table with one image selected
  • A "right-click" in the table with multiple images selected.
Context menu options in the images table; bulleted options are sub-menu options
No image selected One image selected Multiple images selected
Edit image variables... Edit image variables...
Add individual images... Add individual images... Add individual images...
Add time-series of images... Add time-series of images... Add time-series of images...
Remove selected image(s) Remove selected image(s)
Anchor this image for position
Anchor this image for exposure
Lens
  • New lens
  • Load lens from ini file
  • Load lens from lensfun database
  • Save lens to ini file
  • Save lens parameters to lensfun database
  • Save camera parameters to lensfun database
Lens
  • New lens
  • Load lens from ini file
  • Load lens from lensfun database
Control points
  • Remove control points
Control points
  • Remove control points
Control points
  • Remove control points
Reset
  • Reset positions
  • Reset lens parameters
  • Reset photometric parameters
  • Reset user defined...
Reset
  • Reset positions
  • Reset lens parameters
  • Reset photometric parameters
  • Reset user defined...
Reset
  • Reset positions
  • Reset lens parameters
  • Reset photometric parameters
  • Reset user defined...
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