If you have a good optimizer report AND you have a good distribution
of control points, then the stitch ought to be good. I can only
assume that your stitching errors were the result of not having
control points in those areas.
On Nov 14, 2:28 am, Ed <sewell5...@aol.com> wrote:
> Good Evening:
> I'm trying to stitch an interior view and cannot figure out why the
> Optimizer gave a "very good" declaration (average distance less than 1.0;
> maximum distance not reaching 2.0) and there are still visible seams in the
> final output. Using a NN5 with a Canon 24mm TS-E lens on a 1Ds Mark II.
> This is from an interiors project that I've been doing off and on since
> June. I experienced trouble back then and John Houghton nicely pointed out
> my NN5 was off slightly, so I re-calibrated the whole rig and it's worked
> well since. At least using the 15mm Fisheye it has.
> Yes yes, I know I know, I've been yelled at before here for using a shift
> lens, but I have had success with it in the past too, especially being able
> to minimize ceilings, and I don't think the lens was shifted for this shot
> all that much. Right now I'm just confused about Optimizer information that
> I thought would lead to an effortless stitch and then seeing at the results
> that came out.
> Apologies for not being able to send the PTGui work file, but after messing
> with it for an hour, I threw it away and figured I'd start all over again.
> Then I though of all of you good folks. Any suggestions are greatly