Started by Doofus, December 23, 2006, 05:26:10 am
Quote from: JavaJones on December 23, 2006, 05:34:01 pmThere are quite a lot of applications out there that do very good automated panorama stitching from an arbitrary number of images. I suggest using one of those, except I'm not sure if any support full 32bit/channel HDR images. Some maybe 16bit/channel, but I don't know beyond that. Of course Photoshop CS2 supports 32bit/channel images and has an ok stitching function so perhaps that could be used?Some of the available tools:http://stitcher.realviz.com/http://webuser.hs-furtwangen.de/~dersch/http://www.d-vw.com/D_Joiner/index.htm- Oshyan
Quote from: Doofus on December 28, 2006, 08:45:12 amOK. A new method. This one works a bit better than the last one.It requires for a full 360 degree spherical panorama 26 renders, but for my uses I just want sky, so 17 renders.Full OpenEXR / HDRI Output.Accurate distortions at the poles.And it is automatable to a degree.It still uses 3DS Max for OpenEXR stitching.I will put together a tut if anyone is interested?Check the attached image for the results.