[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2007-05-02 at 1819.04 -0700):
> That's sort of what I'm talking about. The problem
> with that is that the two images/layers are merged by
> hugin, meaning there is no chance for any masking or
> individual treatment of the layers after the mapping
> has been applied. You may have a passerby in one shot
> that isn't in the other shot and you want to mask him
> out, or the lighting might have changed and you want
> to tweak that ... you get the idea.
and GIMP can read some PSDs, so you could try too.
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