From: Daniel M. German <dmgerman@uv...> - 2005-12-21 13:16:33
In my reverse engineering I have found what are the command line
options of PTstitcher. Since I have never seen them all anywhere I
thought it might be useful for others:
-s Sort image files. I assume that the processing of the files
(by default) is in the command line order. This overrides it.
-q Quiet execution. Do not display progress messages during
-o Specify the name of the result panorama file.
-f Specify the name of the script file.
The program assumes that the last file specified in the command line
with a .txt extension is the script (even if the -f option is
specified). This means that if the script has no .txt extension it is
treated as an image (in that case use -f option).
If a command line argument is a directory, any files in it are
processed (non-recursively) as if they were all specified in the
Any other command line argument that is a file is treated as an image.
If the command line does not have any image in it, then the script is
processed and any references to images in it are processed.
If the command line does not have a script file, then the user is
asked for it.
Daniel M. German "Programming is like sex
--one mistake and you'll have
to support it for
Anonymous -> the rest of your life."
dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca
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