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  1. Stoney Vintson

    Stoney Vintson (June 26, 2010, 08:00AM )

    Wow, you are very patient and persistant. Great image quality for an almost 21 gigapixel panoramic image. Also, you chose an interesting subject.

  2. Guillaume Roumestan

    Guillaume Roumestan (June 16, 2010, 01:41AM )

    well, i have to be honnest with you.... my pc is quite slow for this kind of job and one of my best quality is to be patient.... :-) (the stitching and rendering took 21 days....) I was looking for a slicer tool, and probably you give me a new way to search.... i will test it nearly!!!!

  3. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (June 16, 2010, 01:31AM )

    Wow, I was expecting a more powerful PC to render a 21 Gigapixel image... Did you use any slicer tool to split the panorama into smaller parts during the stitching process? I'm using PTGui too with a I5 and 8Gb Ram and a raid 0 and I'm also using the slicer tool dativ.at/slicer Will open in
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  4. Guillaume Roumestan

    Guillaume Roumestan (June 16, 2010, 01:20AM )

    Hi GigapanBot, thank you for your comment. Some details about the panorama: i use un gigapan epic 100 quite transform to be able to support my slr kinon D300 and the Sigme 50-500mm (as you can see on my profile's picture). i took 4196 pictures for the all and i stitch the final image with ptgui 8.3.7 PRO x64. I work on a PC Windows x64, cpu intel core 2 duo 2.4Ghz , 4Go Ram, 2To HDD. hope i have answer to your request. if you want to see more: www.roumestan-photo.com Will open in
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  5. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (June 15, 2010, 01:08AM )

    Congratulations for this very nice shoot and great quality! Can you post any technical details, i.e. on the camera, lens, software use to stitch and blend?