Bruno Postle > Panotools-Script-0.27 > match-n-shift

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NAME ^

match-n-shift - generate a Hugin .pto project from a list of photos

SYNOPSIS ^

match-n-shift [options] --output project.pto image1 image2 [...]

 Options:
  -o | --output name    Filename of created panorama project
  -s | --size number    Downsize images until width and height is
                          smaller than number, default 1600
  -p | --points number  Number of generated control points between,
                          each pair, default: 25
  -n | --noransac       No ransac detection, useful for fisheye images
  -r | --refine         Refine the found control points using the
                          original images, delete unrefinable.
  -f | --projection     Panotools style input projection number. Use
                          0 for rectilinear (default), 2 for circular fisheye and
                          3 for full-frame fisheye images.  Note, this has to be
                          specified for fisheye lenses as this can't be determined
                          from EXIF metadata
  -v | --fov            Horizontal field of view in degrees, this value is
                          only used if FoV can't be determined from EXIF
                          metadata, defaults to 50
  -k | --selection      Crop selection boundary, eg -459,2459,-57,2861
  -l | --linkstacks     Hard link positions of stacked photos.
  -a | --align          Generate control points (default no).
  -h | --help           Outputs help documentation.

DESCRIPTION ^

match-n-shift takes a list of image files and creates a hugin compatible project file optionally containing control points linking the images together.

LICENSE ^

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

SEE ALSO ^

http://hugin.sourceforge.net/

AUTHOR ^

Bruno Postle - February 2008.

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