|Posted on Friday, June 22, 2001 - 10:00 am: |
How the hell do i take the photo's for this to work? do i stand in the same spot and keep turning round until ive got pictures of everything?
if they overlap then wont the panaormic thing look crap!?
please help a dense first time user!
|Posted on Friday, June 22, 2001 - 10:59 am: |
See the help page Capturing your images for guidelines on taking the pictures.
if they overlap then wont the panaormic thing look c---!?
On the contrary, the overlap is required by the software so that it can properly align the images. The Panorama Factory analyzes the redundent information in the overlap region to select the correct focal length setting and to properly align the images. If there were no overlap at all, the software would not have enough information to do its job.
I recommend 20% to 40% overlap, but you should experiment and find what works best for you.