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<p>The program <b>pano_modify</b> allows you to change some output options of a project file on the command line. The same functions can also accessed inside Hugins GUI on the <a href="Hugin_Stitcher_tab.html" title="Hugin Stitcher tab">hugin Stitcher tab</a> or in the <a href="Hugin_Fast_Preview_window.html" title="Hugin Fast Preview window">hugin Fast Preview window</a>.
</p><p>You have to give at least an input project file:
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<pre> pano_modify input.pto
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<p>In this case the unmodified input.pto project file is written to input_mod.pto. To change some parameters you have to add some switches, e.g.:
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<pre> pano_modify -c --crop=AUTO --output=output.pto input.pto
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<a name="Options" id="Options"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Options </span></h2>
<ul><li> -o, --output=file.pto: Writes the output to the given project file. If this parameter is not given the suffix _mod is added to the given input project.
</li><li> -p, --projection=x: Sets the output projection to the projection with number x.
</li><li> --fov=AUTO|HFOV|HFOVxVFOV: Sets output field of view. Following arguments are possible
<ul><li> AUTO: calculates optimal fov.
</li><li> HFOV: set hfov to given hfov (If output projection has coupled hfov and vfov, vfov is automatic changed).
</li><li> HFOVxVFOV: set to given hfov and vfov.
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</li><li>-s, --straighten: Straightens the panorama.
</li><li>-c, --center: Centers the panorama.
</li><li>--canvas=AUTO|num%|WIDTHxHEIGHT: Sets the output canvas size
<ul><li> AUTO: calculate optimal canvas size
</li><li> num%: scales the optimal canvas size by the given percent value, e.g. --canvas=70% will scale the image to 70&nbsp;% of the optimal size.
</li><li> WIDTHxHEIGHT: set to given size
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</li><li>--crop=AUTO|left,right,top,bottom: Sets the crop rectangle for the output
<ul><li> AUTO: performs an autocrop to the maximal possible size of the panorama
</li><li> left,right,top,bottom: sets the crop to the given size
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