I don’t know if this is just user error, or something I’m not aware of - but after posting this image: [Capture Challenge] People without people - #64 by 123sg
I noticed that while the stitching seems absolutely perfect, there seems to be some slightly odd brightness changes happening on the tree trunk and a background tree:
Thanks for the nice feedback! Really glad that the app is useful for you! I’m able to replicate your results with Xpano - some weird brightness changes with Multiblend and bad details with the OpenCV blener.
I saw the OpenStitching project before, yes. Now I have tested it as well, but didn’t manage to stitch the images you uploaded in a quick test with it.
I’ve got this result using stitch * --final_megapix 0.5 --adjuster reproj.
@123sg I think Xpano and the stitching package have lot’s of overlap, both heavily rely on opencvs stitching module. @krupkat I think Xpano is mainly a gui helping users by not having to use a command line. stitching is a python wrapper around the library focusing on being able to get also all intermediate results.