I did some more tests with S and C crop in both circular fisheye and
First, let me explain what my understanding of each is:
* No crop and S crop: if one overlaps a S crop on top of a non-crop
they should be identical in the common pixels.
* C crop should fill the original "field of view" with the image left
after removing the crop.
The good news first:
* PTmender seems to do the proper thing for full-frame fisheyes.
The bad news:
* In fisheyes, both PTstitcher and nona do exactly the same for S and
C crops. They both act as in S crop.
* PTmender does exactly the same for S and C crops. It acts on them as
if they were C crops.
Hence ( nona \union ptmender) implements S and C crops properly in
fisheyes :) but none of them do it in their own.
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