Difference between revisions of "Stitching"

From PanoTools.org Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Stitching glossary page)
 
m (Definition: How stitching works)
 
(One intermediate revision by one other user not shown)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
Stitching is {{Glossary|the process of [[aligning]], [[remapping]] and [[blending]] images together in order to form a seamless [[panorama]]|1}}
 
Stitching is {{Glossary|the process of [[aligning]], [[remapping]] and [[blending]] images together in order to form a seamless [[panorama]]|1}}
  
For more details see [[How Stitching Works]]
+
For more details see [[How stitching works]].
 +
 
 +
== Usage ==
 +
 
 +
Stitching is usually performed by the panotools [[GUI front-ends]] but can also be done by command line applications where the single steps are distributed between several programs:
 +
# [[aligning]]: [[PTOptimizer]]
 +
# [[remapping]]: [[PTStitcher]], [[PTMender]] or [[nona]]
 +
# [[exposure correction|exposure]] and [[vignetting]] correction: [[vig_optimize]]
 +
# [[blending]]: [[enblend]] or [[smartblend]]

Latest revision as of 12:32, 6 May 2008

Definition

Stitching is the process of aligning, remapping and blending images together in order to form a seamless panorama

For more details see How stitching works.

Usage

Stitching is usually performed by the panotools GUI front-ends but can also be done by command line applications where the single steps are distributed between several programs:

  1. aligning: PTOptimizer
  2. remapping: PTStitcher, PTMender or nona
  3. exposure and vignetting correction: vig_optimize
  4. blending: enblend or smartblend