Multiple Rectilinear Panoramas

Prof. Dr. H. Dersch - HFU Furtwangen

Tutorial Example - Step 2

In this step we set the segment positions. The default location is the center between two edges.

We have one more segments than edges. Note that in this example the first segment has zero width (from the point Y to the first edge E1). Segment S2 and S3 are off-center to make the buildings more parallel. If we move S2 onto S3, the two segments would be joined. We can now create the stitcher script by reading the horizontal pixel positions for Y and E in any graphics program. This might be our script which we save as script2.txt:

p f11 w1000 h600 v360 B2400 Y412 S"412,700,880,1130,1312,1700,2100,2400,344"  E"412,840,1048,1192,1400,1970,2216,272"

o f4 v360 w2400 h1200 r0 y0 p0  n"markt2.JPG"

Again, we can call PTStitcherNG using the command.

PTStitcherNG -o pano2.jpg script2.txt

This is our output (slightly reduced for this webpage):

For a comparison the last image (without the S parameters) is repeated here:

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