Could you allow us to use Structured panorama with a 0% overlap, basically simply assembling the images side by side without making any effort or blending.
I know that you know about hdmake(http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/hdview/HDMake.htm) Why doesn't that work for you?
Thanks Matt, yes I know, but ICE is a lot easier.
It looks to me like the 1% limitation is artificial (as a 0% requires even less computation) and I cant help being frustrated when an unecessary limitation is put in a great piece of SW :)
Thanks for all the great tools
PS I have an unanwered question on the HDView control forum about testing embeded HDview pages locally in case you have an answer :)
ICE is an interesting software. And I need to compose computed images, but there is no way to disable the overlap functionality. My images don't need overlap ... so with 1% of overlap I loose informations on my computed images.
Is it possible to let users to set 0% of overlapping?
- 已合并 Matt UyttendaeleMicrosoft Employee, Owner 2011年7月30日 22:27 same question
2011年7月30日 22:28所有者：You can use the hdmake command line tool for this purpose: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/hdview/HDMake.htm
2012年2月29日 22:03ICE is a nice tool, but indeed a 0% overlap possibility in ICE Structured Panorama is highly desirable. I don't understand anything of this HDmake solution to achieve this...