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-<a name="Preface"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Preface </span></h2>
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 <p>PTStitcher is one of the core applications of <a href="Panorama_tools.html" title="Panorama tools">Panorama tools</a>, together with <a href="PTOptimizer.html" title="PTOptimizer">PTOptimizer</a> and the Panorama Tools Plugins. 
 </p><p>For stitching panoramas you most probably won't get in contact with PTStitcher frequently, since the scripting is more or less completely done by the various GUI front-ends and some tools like PanoCube.
 </p><p>However, there are several occasions where you might need to write or at least understand the scripts or call PTStitcher directly (for some batch tasks f.e.).
 </p>
-<a name="Updates"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Updates </span></h2>
+<a name="Updates" id="Updates"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Updates </span></h2>
 <p>The PTStitcher source code was never published, hence there are no changes possible to certain functions. But since a considerable part of it's functionality is in <a href="Pano12.html" title="Pano12">pano12</a> library, PTStitcher benefits from every update of this core library. 
 </p><p>You can take PTStitcher from any of the panotools distribution on one of the Mirrors. In order to use new functionality you need a recent copy of <a href="Pano12.html" title="Pano12">pano12</a> library.  Note that only <i>win32</i>, <i>i386 Linux</i> and <i>mac classic</i> binary versions were ever made available, so you are out of luck if you use <i>OS X</i> or a 64bit operating system.
 </p><p>There is an open source replacement for PTStitcher called <a href="Nona.html" title="Nona">nona</a> in the <a href="Hugin.html" title="Hugin">hugin</a> project which has much (but not all) of the PTStitcher features.  Another open source replacement is <a href="PTmender.html" title="PTmender">PTmender</a>, part of the <a href="Pano12.html" title="Pano12">pano12</a> project at sourceforge.
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 <p>PTStitcher is script driven. The scripts are in pure text format and can be edited with any text or programming editor (on windows notepad will do). 
 </p><p>They are processed on a line by line basis. Each line starts with a special character (case sensitive) that indicates the meaning of the rest of the line. All other first in line characters are ignored and considered comments.
 </p>
-<a name="Features"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Features </span></h2>
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 <p>Most features of PTStitcher are conveniently accessible by the usual GUIs (<a href="PTStitcher.html#Preface" title="">see top</a>), but some are not.
 </p>
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 <p>PTStitcher can stitch
 </p>
 <ul><li> <a href="Equirectangular_Projection.html" title="Equirectangular Projection">spherical (equirectangular)</a>, <a href="Cylindrical_Projection.html" title="Cylindrical Projection">cylindrical</a>, <a href="Rectilinear_Projection.html" title="Rectilinear Projection">rectilinear</a> and <a href="Fisheye_Projection.html" title="Fisheye Projection">fisheyed (or mirror ball)</a> panoramas
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 </li><li> to down- or upsample images with high quality interpolators.
 </li><li> to <a href="Perspective_correction.html" title="Perspective correction">correct perspective distortion</a>.
 </li></ul>
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 <p>PTStitcher can be used stand alone or with some other (non-GUI) Tool:
 </p>
 <ul><li> together with some tool that separate color channels (ImageMagick) to correct <a href="Chromatic_aberration.html" title="Chromatic aberration">Chromatic aberration</a>
 </li><li> assembling 6 cube faces to an equirectangular panorama can be done by GUI but is more conveniently done by script, batch file or PanoCube Plus.
 </li></ul>
-<a name="Example_Script"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Example Script </span></h2>
+<a name="Example_Script" id="Example_Script"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Example Script </span></h2>
 <p>The updated original example script with lots of comments is below. Copied from Jim Watters' page
 </p>
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 # the 'm'-line is optional and allows you to specify modes for the optimization.
 # the 'C'-line is optional and allows morphing of control points.
 </pre>
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 # 'p'-line options
 # w1000        width in pixels
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 p w800 nPSD_mask
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 # The 'i' lines describe input images and is optional
 # nName        file name of the input image.
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 i n&quot;photo1.jpg&quot;
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 # The 'o' lines describe input images. One line per image is required
 # The width and height of the image is obtained from image
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 o f2 r0   p0    y0     v183    a0 b-0.1 c0  S100,600,100,800
 o f2 r0   p0    y180   v183    a0 b-0.1 c0  S100,600,100,800
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 # 'm'-line options
 # ----------------
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 m g1.5 i6 f0
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 # 'z'-lines options
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 z m2 f4 s4
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 # 'C' lines
 # ----------------
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 C i0  x363.726 y125.738 X363.838 Y125.618
 
 *
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+<a name="Tutorials" id="Tutorials"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Tutorials </span></h2>
+<p>Information on how to create and use PTStitcher scripts can be found on the web and on the wiki:
+</p>
+<ul><li> The original PTStitcher Readme file contains basic information.
+</li><li> The updated original example script with lots of comments is found at Jim Watters' page
+</li><li> Ben Kreunen has an excellent list about the parameters of the p- o- and m-line and some example scripts.
+</li><li> Frequently asked questions about PTStitcher including solutions to common problems are found at the unofficial Panorama Tools FAQ.
+</li><li> On the wiki there are some techniques described that use PTStitcher:
+<ul><li> Upsampling a single image with ptstitcher
+</li><li> Extracting and inserting rectilinear Views
+</li></ul>
+</li></ul>
+<a name="Calling_from_the_command_line" id="Calling_from_the_command_line"></a><h2> <span class="mw-headline"> Calling from the command line </span></h2>
+<p>PTStitcher can be called from the command line (this is what all GUIs do, too). More information in the PTStitcher Readme
+</p>
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