Very log ago I heard it used. >From dictionary yaw" (be) definition: to be wide open. ... to open wide; "gape" Was applied in this meaning to a wide open harbour or river mount. Just trying to add text to your point 3. On Saturday, 15 October 2016 02:58:39 UTC+13, John Muccigrosso wrote: > >
Changing the focal length of the lens does affect the straightness of the window frames, but introduces some other problems. At setting 200mm (for the images taken with 28mm) the frames are straight in the preview but not aligned or perspective corrected. So may be I am not understanding the
I have just started to use Hugin. After trying to take some pictures with effect in a forest (and failing) I did some comparative tests between panorama and wide angle for the same HFOV. This has led me to delve deeper into the panorama style and the use of Hugin. I have a pano head arriving
If someone can see what I have done wrong, the images and my project are here. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByFEFUXgJhGkNjlEYWpNcVRiaEU The images are close to 40 megs total. -- A list of frequently asked questions is available at: http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_FAQ --- You received
> In this process Hugin itself will correct for perspective in your > photos, so the images will perfectly match if you have little parallax. > I have a bit of parallax (you will see this in the background) but am not interested within this exercise in the background, or anything outside
On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 2:34:42 AM UTC-4, Steve Edmonds wrote: > > Yaw is the width of the harbour entrance, side to side. > > On Monday, 3 October 2016 04:46:57 UTC+13, John Muccigrosso wrote: >> >> I always like to remember the original usage for airplanes (OK, it was >> really ships):
Yaw is the width of the harbour entrance, side to side. On Monday, 3 October 2016 04:46:57 UTC+13, John Muccigrosso wrote: > > I always like to remember the original usage for airplanes (OK, it was > really ships): > > >1. Pitch is how far up or down the plane/boat's nose is pointed. >2.
Hi Steve, Have you *optimized*, after finding the control points, for yaw, pitch, roll, and perhaps (better after yaw, pitch, roll, in a second step) also for positions? It is this optimization that reduces the initial errors and thus correctly repositions each image in order to build a