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'''Pto_lensstack''' can manipulate lenses and stacks in [[Hugin]] .pto project files. This is intended for use in [[Panorama scripting in a nutshell|Scripting]].
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'''Pto_lensstack''' can manipulate lenses and stacks in [[Hugin]] .pto project files. The intended use for Pto_lensstack is in [[Panorama scripting in a nutshell|Scripting]].
  
 
The general use is
 
The general use is
 
     pto_lensstack --output=output.pto --new-lens|--new-stack|--change-lens|--change-stack images input.pto
 
     pto_lensstack --output=output.pto --new-lens|--new-stack|--change-lens|--change-stack images input.pto
  
= Assigning new lenses/stacks =
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== Assigning new lenses/stacks ==
  
For assigned a new lens or stack to an image provide a list of image numbers. The counting starts with zero. Several images can be given at same time. Separate them with a colon.
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You can assign a new lens or stack to an image or a set of images by providing a list of image numbers as parameters to the program. The counting starts with zero. Several images can be given at the same time. Separate them with a comma.
 
So
 
So
 
   pto_lensstack --new-lens i1,i3 input.pto
 
   pto_lensstack --new-lens i1,i3 input.pto
 
   pto_lensstack --new-stack i2,i4 input.pto
 
   pto_lensstack --new-stack i2,i4 input.pto
will assign a new lens to image 2 and 4 and a new stack to images 3 and 5.
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will assign a new lens to image 1 and 3 and a new stack to images 2 and 4.
  
= Changing lenses/stacks =
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== Changing lenses/stacks ==
  
For changing the lens or the stack provide a list of image numbers and the new lens/stack number. For both the counting starts with zero and you can supply several images separated by a colon at the same time.
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For changing the lens or the stack provide a list of image numbers and the new lens/stack number. For both the counting starts with zero and you can supply several images separated by a comma at the same time.
  
 
Examples:
 
Examples:
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   pto_lensstack --change-stack i2=0,i4=0 input.pto
 
   pto_lensstack --change-stack i2=0,i4=0 input.pto
  
= General options =
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== General options ==
  
* '''-o|--output output.pto''' Output a pto file with the given filename. If not given it will append "_var" to the input filename.
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* '''-o|--output output.pto''' Output a pto file with the given filename. If not given it will append "_lens" to the input filename.
 
* '''-h | --help''' Display help.
 
* '''-h | --help''' Display help.
  

Latest revision as of 08:03, 2 February 2013

Pto_lensstack can manipulate lenses and stacks in Hugin .pto project files. The intended use for Pto_lensstack is in Scripting.

The general use is

   pto_lensstack --output=output.pto --new-lens|--new-stack|--change-lens|--change-stack images input.pto

Assigning new lenses/stacks

You can assign a new lens or stack to an image or a set of images by providing a list of image numbers as parameters to the program. The counting starts with zero. Several images can be given at the same time. Separate them with a comma. So

  pto_lensstack --new-lens i1,i3 input.pto
  pto_lensstack --new-stack i2,i4 input.pto

will assign a new lens to image 1 and 3 and a new stack to images 2 and 4.

Changing lenses/stacks

For changing the lens or the stack provide a list of image numbers and the new lens/stack number. For both the counting starts with zero and you can supply several images separated by a comma at the same time.

Examples:

  pto_lensstack --change-lens i1=4,i5=1 input.pto
  pto_lensstack --change-stack i2=0,i4=0 input.pto

General options

  • -o|--output output.pto Output a pto file with the given filename. If not given it will append "_lens" to the input filename.
  • -h | --help Display help.