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AUTOOPTIMISER(1)						       HUGIN							  AUTOOPTIMISER(1)

NAME
autooptimiser - Optimize image positions SYNOPSIS
autooptimiser [options] project.pto (- can be specified to read the project from stdio.) DESCRIPTION
autooptimiser works similarly to PToptimizer but with extra command-line options. It is also different in that PToptimizer appends its output onto the input file in the form of 'o' lines which need further processing. autooptimiser simply updates the project and writes it to a new file. OPTIONS
-o file.pto Output file. If omitted, stdout is used. Optimisation options (if not specified, no optimisation takes place): -a Auto align mode, includes various optimisation stages, depending on the amount and distribution of the control points -p Pairwise optimisation of yaw, pitch and roll, starting from first image -n Optimize parameters specified in script file (like PToptimizer). Post-processing options: -l Level horizon (works best for horizontal panoramas) -s Automatically select a suitable output projection and size Other options: -q Quiet operation (no progress is reported) -v HFOV Specify horizontal field of view of input images. Used if the .pto file contains invalid HFOV values (autopano-SIFT writes .pto files with invalid HFOV) When -a, -l, and -s options are used together, an operation similar to the one of the "Align" button in hugin is performed. AUTHORS
Written by Pablo d'Angelo. Also contains contributions from Douglas Wilkins, Ippei Ukai, Ed Halley, Bruno Postle, Gerry Patterson and Brent Townshend. This man page was written by Cyril Brulebois <cyril.brulebois@enst-bretagne.fr> and is licensed under the same terms as the hugin package itself. "Version: 2011.4.0" 2011-12-02 AUTOOPTIMISER(1)

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NONA(1) 							       HUGIN								   NONA(1)

NAME
nona - Stitch a panorama image SYNOPSIS
nona [options] -o output project_file (image files) DESCRIPTION
nona uses the transform function from PanoTools, the stitching itself is quite simple, no seam feathering is done. Only the non-antialiasing interpolators of PanoTools are supported. The following output formats (n option of PanoTools p script line) are supported: JPEG, TIFF, PNG : Single image formats without feathered blending TIFF_m : multiple tiff files TIFF_multilayer : Multilayer tiff files, readable by The Gimp 2.0 OPTIONS
General options: -c Create coordinate images (only TIFF_m output) -v Quiet, do not output progress indicators -t num Number of threads to be used (default: number of available cores) The following options can be used to override settings in the project file: -i num Remap only image with number num (can be specified multiple times) -m str Set output file format (TIFF, TIFF_m, TIFF_multilayer, EXR, EXR_m) -r ldr/hdr Set output mode: ldr - keep original bit depth and response hdr - merge to hdr -e exposure Set exposure for ldr mode -p TYPE Pixel type of the output. Can be one of: UINT8 8 bit unsigned integer UINT16 16 bit unsigned integer INT16 16 bit signed integer UINT32 32 bit unsigned integer INT32 32 bit signed integer FLOAT 32 bit floating point -z Set compression type. Possible options for tiff output: NONE no compression LZW LZW compression DEFLATE deflate compression AUTHORS
Written by Pablo d'Angelo. Also contains contributions from Douglas Wilkins, Ippei Ukai, Ed Halley, Bruno Postle, Gerry Patterson and Brent Townshend. This man page was written by Cyril Brulebois <cyril.brulebois@enst-bretagne.fr> and is licensed under the same terms as the hugin package itself. "Version: 2011.4.0" 2011-12-02 NONA(1)
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