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[Bug 808271] Re: Hugin on macosx doesn't parse extra cpfind parameters correctly
Looking at the enblend command-line options I don't think --linearmatch
takes any parameters:
--linearmatch Enable linear images matching (default : all pairs)
If you want to specify the number of adjacent images to check you need
to use a '--linearmatchlen 1' option in addition to --linearmatch.
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Hugin on macosx doesn't parse extra cpfind parameters correctly
Status in Hugin - Panorama Tools GUI:
I have a long "line" of scanned images. These images have only one "neighbour" with repetitive data, hence I want to use the "--linearmatch 1" argument. The first run without it resulted in a lot of CPs found due to repetitions in the background. When cpfind is called from hugin with "--linearmatch 1" it gives an error:
Parse error: Argument: 1
Couldn't find match for argument
It does continue though.
The weird thing is that "--ncores 1" is accepted which I also need on my dual core system as the images are very big and I otherwise get a memory error (https://bugs.launchpad.net/hugin/+bug/717944).
I then tried "--ncores 1 --linearmatch 1", but that didn't help either. not in any order of specifying. When running from the commandline it works fine (which I finally did).
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