Hugin is an easy to use cross-platform panoramic imaging toolchain based on Panorama Tools. With Hugin you can assemble a mosaic of photographs into a complete impressive panorama, stitch any series of overlapping pictures and much more.

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New features

Several improvements for optimizer tabs:

mark deselected images

allow changing optimizer variables for all selected images at once

option to ignore line cp

hugin_stacker: New tool to stack overlapping images with several averaging modes (e.g. mean, median).

Hugin: Added option to disable auto-rotation of images in control point and mask editor.

Nona, verdandi and hugin_stacker can now write BigTIFF images (for files >4 GB). The output of BigTIFF has to manually activated on the command line. It is not set automatically. (For a complete panorama in BigTIFF you will probably also need enblend/enfuse from repository. The last released version of enblend does not yet support writing BigTIFF files.)

Added expression parser to GUI: This allows to manipulate several image variables at once. (This is the same as running pto_var –set from the command line.) This can be used e.g. to prealign the images in a given setup and then run cpfind –prealigned to search control points only in overlapping images.

Add user-defined assistant and expose it in the GUI. It allows to set up different assistant strategies without the need to recompiling. Provide also some examples (scanned images, multi-row panoramas with orphaned images, single-shot panorama cameras).

We at AppsForMyPc have tested and used Hugin and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂

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