I see; then the second thing to do is to go into Image Parameters and
uncheck the "Link" checkbox there for these pairs of images. This
unlinks the positions of the images (but they are still linked for HDR
Ensure you have control points between the window images and the regular
images and run the optimizer.
On 04/08/2021 14:00, Etienne Busson wrote:
> Hello Joost,
> thank you for your answer. I tried to link the pictures with different
> exposures, but it seems that only the points of the first picture are
> used for the stitching. So as the underexposed picture is not exactly
> aligned, the preview is not correct. misaligned-result.jpg
> Le mercredi 4 août 2021 à 10:58:44 UTC+2, PTGui Support a écrit :
> Hi Etienne,
> I'm sorry, I only have slow mobile internet access at the moment so I
> can't download your files.
> On 03/08/2021 18:54, Etienne Busson wrote:
> > * I shoot 1 complete panorama at 0 exposure
> > * I shoot only the pictures with windows (overexposed)
> You have to handle this differently in PTGui 12. Bracketed images must
> be linked together.
> In the source images tab, move the additional window images such that
> they are immediately below their 0EV counterparts. Select the two
> bracketed images, right click, Link Selected Images.
> You will find some background info in 3.30:
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