Thank you, T. Modes.
I will look into this.
On 4 August 2017 at 18:19, T. Modes <thomas.mo...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Am Freitag, 4. August 2017 13:13:47 UTC+2 schrieb Evert Vorster:
>> I have been playing around with ffmpeg's remap filter, that moves pixels
>> around in the frames based on a map consisting of two pgm images, which
>> encode y translations and x translations respectively.
>> With this I am able to get a decent 5fps conversion. The problem that I
>> am having with the remap filter in ffmpeg is that the example program that
>> generates the translation maps assumes a perfect fisheye lens.
>> What I am hoping to do here is to make a translation map based on a Hugin
>> .pto file rather than a perfect lens.
> Nona with switch -c should output an coordinate map. Maybe you can use
> this files to create your translations map.
> Or there is the tool pano_trafo which can calculate also the positions.
> But both approaches needs some more work to get your translation maps.
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