Is there a tool to look through my photos and detect sets which might be panoramas?

Asked by Gordon

I now have loads of photos from many years. Often I've taken a panorama but never got around to actually stitching it.

I'd like to be able to point something at all these photos, and have it detect all the sets of images which might be panoramas, so I can check and create a new hugin project for each one. Does a tool like this exist? I've searched and I can't find any mention of this being done where there is >1 panorama in the picture set...

The simplest method would just look for a set images that were all taken with 10 seconds or less between them, but ideally there would be some second pass over them that checked that they were actually of slightly different, but overlapping, areas.

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tmodes (tmodes) said :

PTBatcherGUI has such a feature: File->Search directory for ...->Images and specify folder.

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Gordon (gw-pur3) said :

That's brilliant. Thanks for your help.

Sorry I didn't find it myself. It looks like I was previously using the Ubuntu Lucid packaged version, which was too old to have the feature.