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michael przewrocki
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Username: Panimages

Post Number: 1
Registered: 3-2007
Posted on Friday, March 30, 2007 - 9:27 am:   Edit PostDelete Post

i have problems stitching files showing one single person, which has obvisious moved a bit between images. pf is combining the two views completely. if we could ask pf to ignore some parts...? i have enough space to cut away unwanted-disturbing part-the person- of second image but pf does not allow to change size.
i am using rotapancams usually-which is much easier to take panoramas-not always of course. see here for more details. thank you
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John Strait
Username: Jstrait

Post Number: 292
Registered: 5-2001
Posted on Friday, March 30, 2007 - 10:09 am:   Edit PostDelete Post

The Panorama Factory does have a way to cut away unwanted parts of the overlap area. But you have to exit from the Wizard to do it:

1. Exit from the Wizard by clicking the Done button.

2. You'll see a set of thumbnail images at the top of the window. Double-click the one labeled "stitched".

3. The stitched image will display at the bottom of the window with red outlines representing the image overal regions. Refer to Classic step 2 Stitch the images into a panorama for examples of the overlap regions.

4. Move the mouse over the edge of the overlap region. You can use the mouse to edit the shape of the overlap region to exclude parts of the image. Refer to Adjust blending region boundaries in the online help to read about the editing functions.

If you have enabled Automatically blend overlaps (Image menu) The Panorama Factory reblends immediately after every change to an overlap boundary. However, if you disable automatic blending, it will not reblend the image until you select the Blend overlaps now command (Image menu). This lets you make several adjustments without waiting for the reblend after each adjustment. Unblended overlap regions are are drawn with dotted lines.

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