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JPG Panorama Stitching with pictures taken on a DJI Mavic Mini

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  • SFA

    Timo,

    The Panorama process is specifically designed to take RAW files, do what it does and then produce a DNG "RAW" file ready for editing with all of the possibilities of a "RAW" file. 

    The process is not currently developed to do more than merge some files to create a new RAW file that happens to use one of the DNG file standards. 

    This feature is probably quite rare I would guess, with few other applications creating new RAW equalivalent files blended from RAW files. On the other hand there are probably a hundred applications or various levels of development that will do something somewhat acceptable with jpg or TIFF files.  So I would guess that Capture One decided to concentrate development on the creation of a new RAW file rather than produce a "we-do-it-too" application that attempts to be offer the level of final output processing that already exists widely in the market.

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  • Ion

    Even though Capture One developed something unique, why not also support the basic? Why do I need to use a simple AutoStitch if I bought a special software to develop panoramas. I Solved my problem in an unsatisfying way and believe Capture One could have done a far better job. Might it be an input for the development team.

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  • SFA

    Timo,

    No point in asking me. I'm just a user.

    My guess would be that they did not set out to create yet another stitching and merging application for a market where so many already exist and 99% of HDR and Panorama images are probably created by "smart" phones.

    I would suggest you add your observations to the Feature Requests section of the forum. 

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