using Hugin for raw YI 360 image

Asked by Eesger Toering


Someone suggested Hugin for getting a better stitching result. I have tried it, but I am sorry to say I can't make heads or tails of it.

But I would really like to understand how to use this software..

Here is a raw unstitched image from my YI 360 camera:

The manual tells me this about the lens: JCD 6347(dual-lens) 220 degree, F2.0, 8 elements
and this about the sensor: Sony 2x12MP CMOS IMX377 1/2.3”

I have searched the internet but I can't seem to be able to get to something that starts to look like it's going somewhere. I would really like some help..

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Eesger Toering (eesger) said :

the previous example was a grab from an mp4, here is an image (it contains more EXIF data):

found out via:
Projection Type: equirectangular
Have seen that option in Hugin.. it helps (a bit)

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tmodes (tmodes) said :

This is already discussed on a thread on the mailing list:
Please keep the discussion at only one place.

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