Images appear to be fisheye images
when starting a panorama using semi-automatic or manual stitching
This problem occurs sometimes when you start a new panorama with
semi-automatic or manual stitching. When you first enter Wizard
6/9 Place stitching points, the images are severely warped. If
you return to Wizard 3/9 Describe your camera, you see a very small
value for focal length (for example, 1mm, 5mm, etc.).
This problem apparently occurs because the initial focal length setting
is affected by the results of prior Wizard stitches.
If you encounter this error, you may be
able to work around it by following this procedure. This procedure
should be used only if you encounter this error when you initially enter
Wizard 6/9 Place stitching points. This procedure will
discard any work done in the current stitching project.
- Use the New project Wizard
command (File menu) to discard the current project and start a
new one. Answer No when asked if you want to save changes
to the project.
- Re-import your images and advance to Wizard 3/9 Describe your
- Remove the checkmark from the
Automatically detect focal length checkbox.
- Enter 999 for the focal length.
- Re-select the Automatically
detect focal length checkbox.
- Advance through the Wizard to stitch your panorama.
Corrected in V4.1. The Wizard has been corrected so that the
initial image warping is no longer affected
by the results of prior Wizard stitches.