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Hdr Panoramic photo tips

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You can do it either way. I create the HDR images first then stitch those into the pano.

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  • Matthew Guthrie

    Ok. Thanks. Do I need to save them to a particular format or if I do it all in ON1 I should be fine?

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Both the HDR merge and the Pano merge create .onphoto files which is ON1's proprietary layered raw format. The program will handle it all for you.

    You can put the images to be merged into HDRs into individual folders and batch merge them. The resulting .onphoto files will be inside those folders. If you have the parent folder cataloged or inside another cataloged folder you can turn on the View Subfolder Contents option for the folder containing the HDR folders then filter for just the .onphoto files, Select All and click on the Panorama tool. This is how I do it. The resulting panorama .onphoto file will be in that parent folder.

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  • Matthew Guthrie

    Ive been able to get a few done that are a single row that looks awesome.  But  is ON1 capable of doing multiple rows on panorama like a 3 rows high by 7 wide panorama? 

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Yes, I have one that is 2 rows of 18.

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  • Matthew Guthrie

    Sweet!  Is there Any special workflow I need to follow?  

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Nope, I just put all 36 photos in the same folder and let it do its thing.

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