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Autopano-SIFT is a helper program for panorama image generation. It automatically generates control point information for a number of image files for use with the hugin panorama generation software. To do this, it utilizes the SIFT (Scale-Invariant Feature Transform) algorithm, a sophisticated image feature matching algorithm.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Apr 2005 18:40

    Release Notes: The Win32 GUI was synchronized with the Gtk GUI. The usability of the Gtk GUI was improved by reducing its size on screen. The script was fixed for BSD systems. The problem with "BUG: less than three neighbours!" was fixed.

    •  16 Jan 2005 07:06

      Release Notes: Best quality refinement of control point matches was added. The found matches are now refined by using a small part of the original images at high resolution. This leads to even more exact coordinate matches.

      •  16 Nov 2004 19:34

        Release Notes: In both the Windows and Gtk# GUIs, bugs have been fixed. A bug in the underlying SIFT descriptor construction has been fixed, leading to a 10 percent improvement in the number of correct matches. The GUIs now take command line parameters to better integrate into future versions of hugin.

        •  19 Oct 2004 18:45

          Release Notes: A native Windows GUI has been added, and the Unix GTK# GUI has been improved. The program is now eight times faster than before. A lot of bugs have been fixed. The license has been changed to the GPL.

          •  23 Sep 2004 18:57

            Release Notes: The pixel coordinates use subpixel precision now. The Gtk# dependency can be optionally dropped for all core utilities, allowing painless use on Mac OS and Windows. The wrapper scripts are more easily installable. The Windows installer has been updated. The GTK GUI includes all options reachable from the CLI.


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