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  • 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

    After solving quite a bunch of issues on how to stitch this panorama (I have published a first version in September).
    Here is the final version of this panorama of Rouen.

    325 pictures stitched together in Autopano.
    The shots were done with a Canon 5D, 28-300mm lens and a Nodal Ninja 5 panoramic head.
    The parameters used are :
    - focal length 300mm,
    - 100 ISO,
    - 1/15 at f/16,
    - camera in vertical position.



    Blog Article:
    http://photos.yves.over-blog.com/article-nouveau-record-personnel-panorama-de-1-9-gigapixels--40601317.html


    I hope you will like it.
    Feel free to leave a comment on the blog (any language) or here, as I consider it represents an opportunity to improve.
    Thank you.

    {mod edit - member requested blog link addition}
    My blog : Aslan Resimler

  • #2
    Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

    Nice and very good result for your first gigapan

    Two things I would notice:
    • why did you use gigapan player ? instead of KRPano (more powerful and easy to use for navigation in my idea) ?
    • Better weather for next shooting session

    Vinc?®n
    French Nodal Ninja Distributor
    Blog: http://www.skivr.com
    Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
    Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
    Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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    • #3
      Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

      Wow, that was very nice. I love it.

      It would have been nice if the weather was better, but that is one thing nobody can control.

      Great job.

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      • #4
        Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

        This is a huge panorama - I don't believe people realize the amount of work that goes into making a panorama of this size.
        well done YvesG

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        • #5
          Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

          Amazing pano but I really don't like the gigapano interface. The dragging motion is irritating and weird.

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          • #6
            Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

            To be clear, I used Autopano giga to stitch the pictures.
            Inside Autopano you have the possibility to import picture by saying that you shot with a gigapan robot (which is not my case, I did all pictures manually with my Nodal Ninja 5 head. One picture every 2,5¬? horizontally and a line every 5¬?).
            I noticed that by using that trick the assembly proposed by Autopano had a better result.
            Of course, this is only a trick to improve the beginning of the stitching process.
            Then you have to analyze every link that is having a bad mark.

            Concerning gigapan viewer and krpano.
            The choice is so simple, till now, I did not understand how to use krpano.
            If someone can support me on this subject, I will be glad to learn.
            My blog : Aslan Resimler

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            • #7
              Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

              Originally posted by YvesG View Post
              To be clear, I used Autopano giga to stitch the pictures.
              The choice is so simple, till now, I did not understand how to use krpano.
              As you use AutoPano Giga, it means you have AutoPano Tour included with it (download latest beta from Kolor website) and it allows you to publish your panoramas directly in krpano format without hassles to understand all details You should give it a try
              French Nodal Ninja Distributor
              Blog: http://www.skivr.com
              Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
              Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
              Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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              • #8
                Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                Thank you Vincen for your answer.
                I thought Autopano tour was limited in terms of number of pixels to present a panorama.
                I have used Autopano tour to present virtual tour, but the aspect is quite poor.
                My blog : Aslan Resimler

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                • #9
                  Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                  Originally posted by YvesG View Post
                  I thought Autopano tour was limited in terms of number of pixels to present a panorama.
                  I have used Autopano tour to present virtual tour, but the aspect is quite poor.
                  Poor quality you get is due to the fact you don't have a KRPano licence. When you use AutoPano Tour with a valid KRPano licence, you get full resolution when you produce your virtual visit

                  Vinc?®n
                  French Nodal Ninja Distributor
                  Blog: http://www.skivr.com
                  Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
                  Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
                  Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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                  • #10
                    Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                    That means that if I get the KRPano license, I will be able to publish a gigapixels panorama with it ?
                    No size limitation ?
                    My blog : Aslan Resimler

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                    • #11
                      Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                      Originally posted by YvesG View Post
                      That means that if I get the KRPano license, I will be able to publish a gigapixels panorama with it ?
                      No size limitation ?
                      Right KRpano is able to publish gigapixel panoramas without problems An example of a virtual tour made with AutoPano Tour (it's not Gigapixel but pretty good quality I think



                      It includes snow as it's winter now and also map with hotspots and display of webcams of the ski resort
                      French Nodal Ninja Distributor
                      Blog: http://www.skivr.com
                      Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
                      Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
                      Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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                      • #12
                        Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                        oups link with picture didn't work :'( so here is direct link to visit: http://visites.skivr.com/7_Laux/2008_2009_hiver.html

                        Vinc?®n
                        French Nodal Ninja Distributor
                        Blog: http://www.skivr.com
                        Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
                        Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
                        Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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                        • #13
                          Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                          Now I understand.
                          I had seen this virtual tour on facebook, where you had put a link.
                          I loved it, but didn't understand that you had done it with a KRPano license.
                          I will go to autopano website and krpano to see how to purchase it and implement it.

                          The last point I have to clarify will the way the store the panoramas.
                          When going to gigapan, I do not take care of the output size, which are often close to 5 or 10 Gb.
                          I guess that if I create my own tour, I will have to store them somewhere else.
                          For the time being I do not have my own website (just a blog limited to 4Gb).
                          My blog : Aslan Resimler

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                          • #14
                            Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                            Originally posted by YvesG View Post
                            I will go to autopano website and krpano to see how to purchase it and implement it.
                            Don't forget if you bought your Nodal Ninja head in my store that you got a voucher with it that grants you a rebate on KRPano licence

                            Originally posted by YvesG View Post
                            The last point I have to clarify will the way the store the panoramas.
                            When going to gigapan, I do not take care of the output size, which are often close to 5 or 10 Gb.
                            I guess that if I create my own tour, I will have to store them somewhere else.
                            For the time being I do not have my own website (just a blog limited to 4Gb).
                            For info my virtual visit of 7 Laux that you have seen is 650Mo of files on my webserver. If you are looking for hosting, I can help you Special promotion for Christmas, you get double of time for offer you select (http://magasin.skivr.com/hosting/hosting.html)

                            Vinc?®n
                            French Nodal Ninja Distributor
                            Blog: http://www.skivr.com
                            Online shop: http://magasin.skivr.com
                            Photo gallery: http://flickr.com/skivr
                            Support website: http://support.skivr.com

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                            • #15
                              Re: 1,9 gigapixels panorama of Rouen, France.

                              Thank you Vincen.
                              Yes, I have bought my Nodal Ninja 5 on SkiVR and I am satisfied.
                              I am going to have a look at your offer.
                              Thank's again.
                              My blog : Aslan Resimler

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