That's fine. I suggest you output the blend planes, or maybe select each set of images for display in the Panorama Editor window using the ev selection option below the "Include images" list on the Create Panorama tab. It looks like you may have some misplaced images which are causing blending problems.
Wow, what has happened?
the link works by the way. Would be really nice to send the set of pictures.
What did you use in advanced mode, Exposure/HDRI? Exposure fusion only? I do not use full HDRI function in PTGui, because this is not the best part of the program. There are better ones specially made for HDRI. But most of the time you use exposure fusion function only, you often will get a good result.
Actually I have to say I have never seen such a problem before. Looks odd to me cause besides these irregular stripes do not only show differences in color, but for me they are also unsharp. And all this is not to be found in a regular bases throughout the panorama. The stripes are irregular.
Sorry to ask, but did you check your lens to be clean from both sides?
Would be very helpful to have the set of pics or minimum a set of one row, so that we can test on our own. But may be John has a quick answer?
BTW: did you stitch the whole set of pics in one go? I had problems in stitching 3 rows with 5 bracketing shots at zoom 24 to stitch this in one go in earlier beta versions. Doing it row by row, which means stitch the first row and then add the pics of the following row and stitch again, everything went nice.
I did not test it with the latest beta versions. There is just a new beta of PTGui fixing several problems with the mac today.
Also, in PTGui, is there anyway of enlarging the Panorama Editor window? I find it is too small to really see what I am doing.
Robin, The Panorama Editor window can be dragged by the corner to any size you like, just like other windows. PTGui V9 (beta 7 available for download) has a new Detail Viewer that enables you to zoom into the blended panorama at high magnifications.