Thanks to latest Matthew Petroff builds (for 32bit and 64bit architectures) and Hugin mailing-list comments I’m releasing latest Hugin 2010.2.0 RC1 installer..
Some new features and fixes have been added, in particular the ability to use the Multirow/Stacked CP generator (binaries extracted from latest Lemur Hugin build):
+ Refactored Control Points generators scripts (names and languages string)
+ Control Point Generators are now stored into their own directory $INSTALLDIR$/CPG/
+ Added Autopano-SIFT-C multirow/stacked from Lemur build (autopano.exe and generatekeys.exe)
+ Added Clean registry settings during install (thanks Matthew Petroff)
The Win2k issue (reported by Phg) should be fixed now.
For the new installers, please check the Download page on the HuginSetup project page, or use the following links:
Have fun with Hugin! 🙂
I’ve been quite busy in last weeks, but I’ve worked on my HuginSetup project fixing some issues and adding some interesting features like the Control Points auto-setup, and now I’m releasing a new version and the 2010.2.0_beta2 build installer (both for 32 and 64bit).
For the complete changelog of the new 0.2.8 installer version visit the BitBucket Changelog file. Continue reading Hugin 2010.2.0_beta2 installer
Have you ever heard about Hugin? It’s a free and open source imaging software for photos stitching: it enables you to create panorama views with few clicks. Not only panorama views, but also stereographic projections from some shots.. what are stereographic projections? Well … have ever you see those strange images where a place is rendered as a little world? I can’t explain exactly what they are, but you can see what I mean on this Flickr gallery about Hugin.
Well, this post isn’t for describing what Hugin is and does (if you want more info and details please consult Hugin website), but for my new way of spreading the Hugin word: a new windows installer for Hugin 🙂 Continue reading Windows installer for Hugin 2010