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Spark Pano.... wow!

AeroMirage

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Just open the pano in the review pane and it stitches them right there.
Then hit the download icon and emailed them to my phone.
It came through as a 300dpi image. I cropped the bottom off myself.
 

Big Ben

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I have taken pano pics and it stitches it together and looks great. However I can't find the final product, all I can find are the individual pics. Thanks for any help.
 

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I have taken pano pics and it stitches it together and looks great. However I can't find the final product, all I can find are the individual pics. Thanks for any help.
If you expect it on the SD card, it is not. You need to download it. If you use the playback button in Spark live view.
 

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I have taken a few panoramas with mine, but to be honest, DJI's stitching kinda sucks. The images produced are all low-resolution, and if you instead use something like the Hugin panorama editor, you can preserve the resolution and it does a better job.


The only downside is that the projection is sometimes wrong when the camera is facing when when taking the panorama (as you can see in the first and last pictures, which were both taken with the camera aiming slightly down). I'm not sure what software I might use to correct the warping, but yeah. Much better with alternative software :)
 
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Jared Reabow

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I have taken a few panoramas with mine, but to be honest, DJI's stitching kinda sucks. The images produced are all low-resolution, and if you instead use something like the Hugin panorama editor, you can preserve the resolution and it does a better job.


The only downside is that the projection is sometimes wrong when the camera is facing when when taking the panorama (as you can see in the first and last pictures, which were both taken with the camera aiming slightly down). I'm not sure what software I might use to correct the warping, but yeah. Much better with alternative software :)



I use Autopana Giga
 

AeroMirage

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I'm not sure what software I might use to correct the warping
I have a photo editor called Corel Photo Paint X8. It has the ability to change perspective and correct lens distortion among dozens of other parameters..
Here are some screen shots of it.....

Selecting Adjust opens this panel:
xxxjc.jpg

Selecting Straighten image opens this panel.
Here you can change vertical or horizontal perspectives, rotate by degrees and correct lens distortion.
xxxjd.jpg

Example of vertical perspective change:
xxxjed.jpg


xxxjef.jpg
 

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