Just to make sure I understand correctly, you don't need to do both
vertical and horizontal lines to create a proper lens distortion
correction. You only need to use horizontal lines....right? And if you do
need to do vertical lines, how would you line them up in Hugin since they
wouldn't be touching like in horizontal test images.
On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 4:11:15 PM UTC-4, Torsten Bronger wrote:
> Robert Lounsberry writes:
> > [...] Is that a realistic goal? To be able to get close to those
> > numbers?
> Even without having looked at the video yet I can say: No. Very
> different coefficients can yield rather similar functions in the
> respective interval. The actual question is whether your
> coefficients lead to a good-looking correction.
> Torsten Bronger
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