Making cool panoramic pictures with hugin
Written on 2007-04-25.
Thanks Lennart for mentioning Hugin! This is a really cool piece of software, allowing you to assemble a mosaic of photographs into a complete panorama.
I’ve created this 180 degrees panorama from 16 photos taken out of my window (3 rows: 6 + 6 + 4). The original picture is huge: 5000-something pixels wide and high and approximately 22Megs (jpg) fat.
If you want to test it yourself just
aptitude install hugin and make sure to
get enblend from somewhere else (eg,
debian-multimedia.org). If you don’t install
enblend you don’t lose functionality, but the output will be of much lower
quality. Thanks Florent Bayle for packaging hugin and Christian Marillat for
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