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Panorama taking software

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by HueJorgan, May 10, 2016.

  1. HueJorgan

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    I got Drone Pan app after reading other threads, this app is pretty cool and free which is never a bad thing.

    Only issue was there was a 'slice' missing from some of the 'Little planets' I made hmmm any ideas anyone?

    can you alter it to take more than 19 pics? I noticed on the vid on yootooobe that it takes 20 on the inspire?

    are there any other decent apps to do this on the P3 with, I am stitching them in PTgui which is bloody marvelous almost TOO easy to use!

    I reckon doing this by 'eye' would be tricky

    oh I do have autopilot (not used it yet though) will that take panoramas?

    I am loving this P3 more and more as the time goes by what an incredible machine I love it!
     
  2. SimonH78

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    I use Adobe Lightroom - it can do superb panorama but you do need to pay but its only £9/Month!! plus you get Photoshop as well in the same deal.

    I use Autopilot but not for Panoramas...
     
  3. HueJorgan

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    Hehe I meant to control the drone lol

    Ptgui does my stitching

    Fanks anyways
     
  4. StratocasterDave

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    HueJorgan,

    The slice missing in PTgui is components that are no linking. There is a helper the pops up and you can go into the individual pictures and match visual components on other pictures.
     
  5. StratocasterDave

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    ....read through PTGui's help files. That might have been your problem.

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  6. Olsen Petrus

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    How about on Android? dronepan didn't support android
     
  7. Meta4

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    Litchi has a panorama feature but it's very easy to shoot panoramas yourself without any software to help.
    I've never used an app but I'm managing OK.
    SkyPixel - Connecting Creativity
     
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    [​IMG]Click Angle at the upper right corner and you can select more images


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    If you use Windows, Microsoft ICE is the easiest software to create little planet panorama


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  10. Olsen Petrus

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    Can you make a tutorial on how to shoot panorama / tiny planet manually?
     
  11. Meta4

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    It's very simple.
    Just shoot overlapping images.
    Click, rotate, click, rotate ...... etc
    This link has some more advanced ideas: SkyPixel - Connecting Creativity
    Here's a good example:
    [​IMG]
     
  12. HueJorgan

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    Thanks I did not know you could do that
     
  13. autoflightlogic

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    The latest beta of Autopilot (3.5) now has Pano Mode.
     
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