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Comments on Gigapan: Dactylospora sp. (3D)-


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  1. John Toeppen

    John Toeppen (June 14, 2010, 03:57PM )

    Yes the "ZDP" is also known as the "window" It is where one chooses if any of the subject is to appear in front of the monitor. SPM has a "multi-conversion" option allowing one to select "autoalignment" or "value aligment" where one can apply the same adjustments to all images in a batch. This should work well with your Fuji W1.

  2. orbilia23

    orbilia23 (June 14, 2010, 11:06AM )

    Hi John, thanks for the encouraging words. "Choose one image that contains a "zero deviation subject" and using SPM apply those alignment values to all of the paired images." I did not tried this before but I will try it soon.. I use a german version of SPM (beta 4,22h3) and must read the help file .. Is the "zero deviation subject" the so called "Stereo window"? However, I try to follow your advice. Cheers, Guy

  3. John Toeppen

    John Toeppen (June 14, 2010, 10:03AM )

    It is good to see you doing these nice "giga-stereo-macros" again. These are very nice and it would be great if we could be able to post full color versions in a way that would work with the new 3D HDTVs. If you want to do large anaglyphs it helps to capture right an left images that are the same except for their perspective. Choose one image that contains a "zero deviation subject" and using SPM apply those alignment values to all of the paired images. Then drag all of the aligned anaglyph images into Stitcher and stitch. This way you can get around the SPM size limits. Keep up your good work