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Images should overlap by approximately 40%. If the overlapis less, Photomerge may not be able to automatically assemble the panorama.However, keep in mind that the images shouldn't overlap too much. Ifimages overlap by 70% or more, Photomerge may not be able to blendthe images. Try to keep the individual photos at least somewhatdistinct from each other.

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Although Photomerge can process slight rotations betweenpictures, a tilt of more than a few degrees can result in errorswhen the panorama is assembled. Using a tripod with a rotating headhelps maintain camera alignment and viewpoint.

Aligns and transforms the images as if they were for mapping the inside of a sphere, which simulates the experience of viewing a 360-degree panorama. If you have taken a set of images that cover 360 degrees, use this for 360 degree panoramas. You might also use Spherical to produce nice panoramic results with other file sets.

Devices such as the Ricoh Theta V and Insta360One let you capture full 360 panoramic images in a single take. Alternatively, you can combine Photomerge with 3D features to create a 360-degree panorama. First, you stitch together the images to create a panorama; then you use the Spherical Panorama command to wrap the panorama so it's continuous.

If you photographed with a fisheye lens,select the Auto layout and Geometric Distortion Correction. If Photoshopcannot automatically identify your lens, download the free AdobeLens Profile Creator from the Adobe website.

You can edit equirectangular spherical panoramas in Photoshop. With the panorama asset imported and its layer selected, invoke the panoramic viewer by choosing 3D > Spherical Panorama > New Panorama Layer From Selected Layer. Alternatively, directly load a spherical panorama from your system into the viewer by selecting 3D > Spherical Panorama > Import Panorama.

You can use the painting and adjustment tools available in Photoshop such as the Healing Brush and the Spot Healing Brush to edit the panorama. Filters work only on the visible portion of the panorama. Accordingly, it is recommended that you isolate the image outside the 3D view to apply the filters to your panoramic image.

PTStitcherNGreads and transforms any number and type of inputimages, and combines them into one seamless panoramic image withlarger field-of-view. Given enough input images, full spherical 360x180 degreeviews can be synthesized suitable for virtual-reality viewers or printing.Transformation parameters and names of the input images are read from aplain-text projectfile. The transformations consist of correcting distortionsdue to camera lenses, perspective tranlation and remapping to any of theusual panorama projections. Merging employs an eight level multiresolution algorithm which hides seams even if the source imagesfit badly. PTStitcherNG natively reads PPM, TIFF and JPEG images,and almost any raw or other format through plug-ins.

PTStitcherNG combines a panorama stitcher and multiresolution blenderin one application. It is optimized for speed by using parallel processing(SIMD-instructions, multiple processor cores). The main novelfeature is the tight coupling of the remapper and blender, with an optimizedmanagement of temporary data. This enables PTStitcherNG to keep all intermediatedata and processed images in ram (in the case of the CUDA-version: in gpu-ram) even when stitching hundreds of images to gigapixel sized panoramas. As a result, no data have to be written to disk, or reread from disk with corresponding speed improvements. As an aside, this makes PTStitcherNG perform fast even on low profile host systems

The distribution includes a small sample project which can be used to testthe installation. Open the folder test and locate the file project.txt.Drag and drop this file onto PTStitcherNG's icon (on Macs: on's icon).PTStitcherNG should start up, ask for a save-location and convert the 6 images toa cylindrical panorama. Open the file project.txt with any plain-text editor,and change the settings to test other features, see the documentation on scripting syntax below.To run PTStitcherNG from the commandline, open a console window,navigate to the test-folder, and issue the command..\win\PTStitcherNG.exe -o pano.tif Project.txt on Windows../mac/PTStitcherNG -o pano.tif Project.txt on MacsIn this mode all commandline switches can be tested, see the PTStitcherNG manpage.

Projectfiles are plain-text files generated either by hand using any texteditoror (usually) using one of the panorama tools utilities for aligning images, e.g.PTOptimizer, which is integrated in most graphical frontends to panorama tools.A subset of PTStitcher and PTGui scripting parameters is supported:One line describing the output panoramic image:p wwidth hheight fprojection vfield-of-view nfileformatprojection is one of 0 (rectilinear), 1 (cylinder), 2,4 (equirectangular),3 (spherical equidistant), 5,10 (spherical equisolid), 6 (spherical mirror). Two formats provide perspectively corrected projections for large fields-of-views:The multiple-rectilinear format (11), for examples seehere, and the Panini-format (19).Both require additional parameters which are documented in separate articles.fileformat = PPM, PSD, PSB, JPEG, TIFF, TIFF_m (TIFF-multilayer). In the case of JPEG-ouput,the quality (q=0...100 and progressive-flag g=0,1 can be set in a quoted string liken"JPEG q95 g0". TIFF files are limited to approximately 2 Gigabyte filesize, except if the BigTIFF extension is selected. This is done either in the script byspecifying b1 as option to TIFF or TIFF_m like n"TIFF b1". If standard, non-layered, (and non deferred, see manpage) TIFF-output is selected, PTStitcherNG automatically choosesthis format if image size exceeds this limit. However, not all current TIFF-readers arecapable of decoding this extension correctly. Choosing TIFF_m (TIFF-multilayer) format disables the blender. The output file consists ofa multiframe image with one remapped frame per input image. The frames are tagged withtheir offset coordinates in the global panoramic image. Using this option automaticallydisables blending over zenith/nadir (options -n and -z), and option -d (deferred merging).

and one line describing each input image:o yyaw ppitch rroll wwidth hheight fprojection vfield-of-view nfilenameaa bb cc dd ee Cxleft,xright,ytop,ybottom Sxleft,xright,ytop,ybottomyaw, pitch and roll specify angles to tilt, pan and rotate the images.C and S options specify rectangles: C specifies new image dimensions (crop), allother parameters like field-of-view refer to these new dimensions, while S mereley selects an area bysetting the alpha channel to zero outside.a,b,c refer to polynomial coefficients for distortion corrections, and d,eshift the optical center of the image.The projection parameter is almost identicalto the panorama case, with one exception: 2 means spherical equidistant. The sphericalformats 2 and 3 are identical except that the first variant converts a circular regionwhile format 3 converts the whole image. The same holds for formats 5 and 10.The line describing imagefiles in PTGui-pts-projectfiles#-imgfile width height "filename"is also accepted to support script-generating programs whichdo not supply the filenames for input images on the o-line (see above).PTStitcherNG requires the input image names in the script. They can not be supplied on thecommandline as in old PTStitcher. Most other parameters are optional with the exceptions y,p,r.PTStitcherNG supports the global image description line termed "#-dummyimage" in PTGui-projectfiles.Identical parameters for all images, e.g. field-of-view (v) or correction parameters (a,b,c) canbe specified as v=0 (meaning identical to the value of dummyimage Nr.0 ), a=0 b=0 etc.

Using the command option -i name instead of the usual -o nameto specify the panorama image name switches PTStitcherNG into inverse mode.In this mode the panorama image must exist and all images specified in o-lines are created. All sensible options are supported includingall warp transformations, radial distortions and perspective transformations.The fileformat specification on the p-line (tiff/jpeg/etc) is applied to the outputimages. Caution: Using PTStitcherNG this way with an existing projectfile previously used for panorama-creation overwrites all source images if they exist!

To import the sample application for use in your account, use the AWS Panorama Application CLI. The application's folders and manifest contain references to a placeholder account number. To update these with your account number, run the panorama-cli import-application command.

The SAMPLE_CODE package, in the packages directory, contains the application's code and configuration, including a Dockerfile that uses the application base image, panorama-application. To build the application container that runs on the appliance, use the panorama-cli build-container command.

The final step with the AWS Panorama Application CLI is to register the application's code and model nodes, and upload assets to an Amazon S3 access point provided by the service. The assets include the code's container image, the model, and a descriptor file for each. To register the nodes and upload assets, run the panorama-cli package-application command.

This download looks like an addon. You need to extract the downloaded zip and put the addon folder in your Garry's Mod addons folder. You should end up with a directory structure similar to below: 041b061a72




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