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use strict;
use warnings;
use File::Spec;
use Panotools::Script;
use Image::Size;

die "usage\n  $0 equirectangular.tif [...]" unless scalar @ARGV;

for my $img_erect (@ARGV)

my $pto_sgraphic = $img_erect;
$pto_sgraphic =~ s/\.([[:alnum:]]+)$/-sgraphic.pto/;

my ($width, $height) = imgsize ($img_erect);
my $face = int (0.6 * $width);
my ($volume, $directories, $file) = File::Spec->splitpath ($img_erect);

my $stereographic = new Panotools::Script;
if (-e $pto_sgraphic)
    $stereographic->Read ($pto_sgraphic);
    $stereographic->Panorama->Set (w => $face, h => $face);
    $stereographic->Image->[0]->Set (w => $width, h => $height);
    # set v => 253.7398 to get the horizon halfway between centre and edge
    $stereographic->Panorama->Set (v => 253.7398, f => 4, u => 0, w => $face, h => $face, n => '"TIFF"');
    $stereographic->Image->[0] = new Panotools::Script::Line::Image;
    $stereographic->Image->[0]->Set (w => $width, h => $height, v => 360, f => 4, r => 0, p => 0, y => 0, n => "\"$file\"");
$stereographic->Write ($pto_sgraphic);



=head1 NAME

erect2planet - Extract a stereographic 'little planet' from an equirectangular image

=head1 Synopsis

  erect2planet equirectangular.tif


Generates a suitably sized stereographic .pto project from a 360 degree
equirectangular image.  Input is in any image format understood by hugin,
output is in square TIFF format with a field of view of 253.7398 degrees (this
places the horizon halfway between the centre and the edge).

The output filename is derived automatically from the input filename with
'-sgraphic.pto' appended.  Existing .pto files will not be clobbered but
will be updated when input images change size.


=head1 License

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

=head1 See Also

L<perl>, L<Panotools::Script>

=head1 Author

Bruno Postle <bruno AT postle.net>