|Posted on Monday, October 18, 2004 - 4:53 pm: |
I am not 100% sure, but I have some images I rotated 90deg clockwise have severe over correction for barrel distortion - I believe it is due to the image rotation - does anyone know how to change the camera settings easily to correct for this?
Post Number: 135
|Posted on Monday, October 18, 2004 - 5:10 pm: |
As far as I know, the correction for barrel distortion should not be affected by rotating your original images.
The Panorama Factory normally does an excellent job of determining the correct focal length value and the appropriate barrel correction value. However, occasionally the automatic methods are fooled by images that have insufficient detail or repeating details. In this situation, you may need to manually adjust the settings.
I recommend you read the help page Adjusting focal length and barrel correction. You may find other sections of the Troubleshooting guide helpful also.
If you are unable to correct your problems after following the suggestions in these help pages, please submit a customer support request to email@example.com so that we can open a dialog. We may need to ask you for additional information about your problem.
|Posted on Monday, October 18, 2004 - 10:55 pm: |
Thank you - yes, I tried the panorama again in manual and it was much better - the automatic had so much correction the bottom of the pucture was circular... The program is great-incredible, and really makes taking panorama's a viable option.
I know this is a big IF, but do you know of any tools that will allow you to warp a corner to corrct it? Sometimes if the picture is taken at an angle the "warpage" is not symmetrical.