at the above photographs each are highly distorted fisheye images.
Due to legal restrictions Realviz can not provide Stitcher with
the ability to handle photographs from fisheye lens. This goes for
almost all panorama software, sadly.
if your photographs are preprocessed into rectilinear images, then
stitcher happily deals with them.
to do this process.
photograph is converted from a fisheye photograph to a rectilinear
photograph. Defish allows Batch processing of images so this is
easy once the settings have been setup.
are my settings.
process involves correcting the fisheye circle for your lens (once
set this doesn't change for your lens/camera setup), here I put the
Field of View initially to be 170 degrees. Then the desired rectilinear
projection setting are set (perspective view). In the case shown
above I set it to be 90 degrees HFOV and 120 degrees VFOV. With
six photos, 90 degrees will give good overlap (16% -15 degrees-
for each side). The output size is similar to the original photograph
so the resolution should remain more or less unchanged.
resulting photographs are here.