I have a few questions about PTMender. Is there an
official documentation somewhere?
I understand it is a drop-in replacement for
PTStitcher, so I looked for PTStitcher docu. The best
I came across is at
which is well written but three years old. I am not
sure it is complete. For example I do not find
anything about value "TIFF_m" for parameter n or value
3 (full frame fish eye) for parameter f at
Does PTMender support all what is documented there?
<http://wiki.panotools.org/PTmender> says it does
support f3 and n"QTVR".
One feature I find intriguing in the old ptstitcher
docu is n"QTVR". It says it works only with f1 -
cylindrical projection, so I guess it works only for
cylindrical QTVR and not for cubic? does this apply to
PTMender too? nona's documentation doe snot mention
n"QTVR" at all
What kind of QTVR does PTMender support? cylindric and
cubic? sub-tiles? if it does not support cubic /
sub-tiles, would it make sense to add support? to
PTMender? to nona? to both?
Excuse my ignorance - don't PTMender and nona overlap
in functionality? Without intention to offend any
sensitivity, wouldn't it make sense to join forces on
a single stitching engine that achieves the
functionalities of both?
and I really cant follow the argument that PTMender is
to nona what PTstitcher is to nona.
The Panotools Wiki qualifies both PTMender and nona as
drop in replacements for PTstitcher.
So if nona is a replacement to PTstitcher, is it also
a replacement to PTMender? should I use nona instead
My goal is to manipulate images server-side, no GUI,
possibly on a FreeBSD server. Within that
manipulation, I'd like to create QTVRs, possibly
without having to install and configure
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