Hugin needs a novice friendly way in

Asked by Charles Velson Horie

I am preparing stitched mosaics (up to 0.5 - 20 GB files) of high resolution scans and photos of C19th prints. There will be about 500 of them.
It appears that Hugin could do this job, but there does not seem a way into the system. For instance, the help file"Stitching a photo-mosaic" starts somewhere in the middle of the process - "Mosaic lens model". What should I do to apply the model to my images?

Would it be easy for those who know the system to prepare some sample work flows for the various types of applications?

Thank you

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tmodes (tmodes) said :

There are already some tutorial at the official page:
one especially for stitching scanned images with a step for step instructions.

Furthermore Hugin comes with some so called user-defined assistant which are based on these tutorials (and some on issues discussed on the mailing list). These are available from the panorama editor, menu Edit>User defined assistant>...
E.g. there are 2 assistants for stitching scanned images: one based on the tutorial and the other based on the mentioned wiki page

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