Hugin is my favourite panarama program. I find it easy to use--push the button
and the stitch is there.
I wonder if your difficulties have anything to do with the ancient computer you
use. Panorama stitching is a rather intensive task.
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On Mar 18, 2014, at 11:14 PM, bj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Yesterday I took a nine-shot panorama series from the look-out over
> Clyde where I live, to share with you all the last view that I took Mike
> and Karen to.
> My intention was also to make it into one elongated 230
> degree image using Hugin.
> I find this to be quite a baffling program
> to use; I repeatedly got to the point where reference points were
> created (forget the Hugin name for them), and on hitting the command
> button for 'stitch' it would crash and tell me I had issued a command I
> Doesn't seem to have a smooth logical work-flow in spite of
> the rest seeming to be 'all together'.
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