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* [[autopano-sift]] or [[autopano]] for automatic creation of [[control points]].
 
* [[autopano-sift]] or [[autopano]] for automatic creation of [[control points]].
* [[nona]] or [[PTStitcher]] for rendering output images.
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* [[nona]] or [[PTStitcher]] for remapping input images and rendering output images.
 
* [[enblend]] for seamless blending of output images.
 
* [[enblend]] for seamless blending of output images.
  
But the Hugin project's mission is not only to provide a powerful GUI, but also to provide opensource replacements for the closed source parts of [[Panorama tools]], especially [[PTStitcher]].
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The Hugin project's mission is not only to provide a powerful GUI, but also to provide opensource replacements for the small number of closed source components of [[Panorama tools]], especially [[PTStitcher]].
A [[PTStitcher]] replacement, called [[nona]] has been developed and supports the most important features of [[PTStitcher]].
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A [[PTStitcher]] replacement, called [[nona]] has been developed, supporting its most important features.
  
It is possible to use increased tonal range data in a [[16bit workflow with hugin]] or work entirely with high [[dynamic range]]
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Among the many flexible Hugin workflow options, it is possible to use increased tonal range data in a [[16bit workflow with hugin]] or work entirely with high [[dynamic range]] images such as floating-point [[TIFF]] from start to finish in a [[HDR workflow with hugin]].
images such as floating-point [[TIFF]] from start to finish in a [[HDR workflow with hugin]].
 
  
 
= User interface =
 
= User interface =

Revision as of 18:55, 27 April 2007

About

Hugin is an opensource graphical user interface (GUI) for Panorama tools.

Like other GUI front-ends, hugin provides an easy to use unified point-and-click interface to a whole range of other command-line tools including:

The Hugin project's mission is not only to provide a powerful GUI, but also to provide opensource replacements for the small number of closed source components of Panorama tools, especially PTStitcher. A PTStitcher replacement, called nona has been developed, supporting its most important features.

Among the many flexible Hugin workflow options, it is possible to use increased tonal range data in a 16bit workflow with hugin or work entirely with high dynamic range images such as floating-point TIFF from start to finish in a HDR workflow with hugin.

User interface

Hugin components

The following tools are part of the hugin suite:

More information, documentation and tutorials are available on the project website.

Links

Supported Operating Systems