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Litchi panorama

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Guillermo Barreiro, Dec 17, 2015.

  1. Guillermo Barreiro

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    Hello guys ,I took yesterday a panorama photo with litchi ,a total of 62 photos, but cant find the right program to put them together, I tried a couple amdmyhey just don't work good enough, any recommendation?
     
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    I upload mine to Google Photos and it puts them together.
     
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    #3 Mako79, Dec 17, 2015
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  4. nhoover

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    I've used both PTGui anbd PanoramaStudio on 3 row (26 shot) panos shoot manually and by Litchi. Both work well but aren't free.
     
  5. DownUnder

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    Can you explain how you did that. I uploaded the photos to google photos and it did not put them together.
     
  6. Meta4

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    Lots to choose from - none are perfect for everything but one that does most things pretty well and is FREE is Microsoft ICE.
     
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    It's one of the "auto-awesome" features. make sure auto-awesome is enabled in your photos account.
     
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    It should be automatic. Just upload to Google Photos and wait. Sometimes it takes a day or two. May want to create a separate folder and put them together there.
     
  9. mirrorimage

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    You can do it from photoshop. File > actions > photomerge
     
  10. Mako79

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    Google photos is insanely powerful. It can detect similar images and turn them into animations, panoramas, collages and events. The best feature is the detection - it can index your photos and make them searchable. This only works if the photos are uploaded to google photos.
     
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  11. DownUnder

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    I've used the photo merge in photoshop but it only does a 360 and not a 360x180 (panosphere)
    I've clicked the 'assistant' button on Google photos but nothing has been done. maybe need to wait a few more days as suggested.
     
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    Autopano from kolor
     
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    Google photos is the best for panoramic. Automatic for the people!
     
  15. Ed Fink

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    PTGui is best. For sheer power and productivity, nothing else even comes close. It’s not totally automated like some others, but it’s not that difficult to learn and you have incredible control. You can set control points marking vertical lines and/or the horizon. Getting a perfect horizon is one of the hardest things to do in an aerial panorama. You can use individual settings for each photo in the panorama, which helps with the drone/camera being moved slightly off center during the sequence. If/when you find a stitching error, you can use PTGui’s masking feature to paint in/out one of the overlapping images. But maybe I’m biased – for ten years it’s all I’ve used for aerial and ground panoramas.

    The first two panos on this page are from my P3, shot with Litchi and stitched with PTGui:
    360 Degree Panoramas: Saint Paul

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    360 Degree Panoramas: Featured
     
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    I believe pano on Litchi is only available on Android. Does anyone know which of the iOS apps have a pano option?
     
  17. jirka1022

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    Hi, can you please tell me how to make panoramas by PTGUI when I have 3 rows? I only can make panorama with one row pictures. Thank you for you help.
     
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    PT Gui pro works the best for me. fast and easy
     
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    Manage raw or only JPG?
     
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    Ed Fink what viewer are you using on your page to display the panos?


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