Although the author has only released a flatpak binary and states compatibility with Ubuntu, I was able to compile and install on Manjaro without issues. Show the author some love as this looks pretty damned good from where I’m sitting and I’ve been using Hugin for ages and ages!
The stitcher works pretty straightforward and my initial test shows it does a great job. examples below.
Thanks a lot @Mike_Bing for testing the app and showing your results here, really nice!
I’ve been working on Xpano for the past half year as a hobby project, the stitching algorithm is from OpenCV: OpenCV: Images stitching
I haven’t seen another free app that uses it yet, so that was part of my motivation.
My goal was to have something quick and simple to use to explore the pano options after a shoot, but it turned out the results can be quite usable - often no further processing is needed in something more advanced.
I’d be happy to answer your questions / hear your feedback on the app.
It should work - by typing the .tiff extension in the export window. There may be a bug on Linux though, I just tested it and on Windows it works, but the Linux version appends .tiff.jpg, I’ll look at fixing that.
I have downloaded the flat pack for linux mint and look forward to trying it. Thanks for the post.
Not trying to distract from OP but I have also found for Windows users the archived Image Composite Editor (ICE ) from Microsoft is my favourite free panorama editor. My windows computer has died so it it either Hugin or this new option here for me.
The “Matched” section appear just when I show debug info.
Without debug I’m stuck just viewing one or no image even whatever “show button” I click and the Failed to stitch pano.
Drag’n’drop of images in the window did not work ether even though the “+” icon was displayed.
I feel like It should be more appropriate to fill bugs in git hub, will try to do that tonight
Apart from that the software looks quite straightforward !