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autooptimiser - Optimize image positions
autooptimiser [options] project.pto
(- can be specified to read the project from stdio.)
autooptimiser works similarly to PToptimizer but with extra command-line options.
It is also different in that PToptimizer appends its output onto the input file in the
form of 'o' lines which need further processing. autooptimiser simply updates the project
and writes it to a new file.
Output file. If omitted, stdout is used.
Optimisation options (if not specified, no optimisation takes place):
-a Auto align mode, includes various optimisation stages, depending on the amount and
distribution of the control points
-p Pairwise optimisation of yaw, pitch and roll, starting from first image
-m Optimise photometric parameters
-n Optimize parameters specified in script file (like PToptimizer).
-l Level horizon (works best for horizontal panoramas)
-s Automatically select a suitable output projection and size
-q Quiet operation (no progress is reported)
Specify horizontal field of view of input images. Used if the .pto file contains
invalid HFOV values (autopano-SIFT writes .pto files with invalid HFOV)
When -a, -l, -m and -s options are used together, an operation similar to the one of the
"Align" button in hugin is performed.
Written by Pablo d'Angelo. Also contains contributions from Douglas Wilkins, Ippei Ukai,
Ed Halley, Bruno Postle, Gerry Patterson and Brent Townshend.
This man page was written by Cyril Brulebois <[email protected]> and is
licensed under the same terms as the hugin package itself.
"Version: 2015.0.0" 2016-01-06 AUTOOPTIMISER(1)
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