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Sun, Jun 5, 2016 6:17 PM

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Lightroom: Panoramic module bug / weird behavior

The Pano Module is really strange it it's behavior. Or call it buggy since that's matching too.

I have 2 sets of pictures that can't be rendered als panorama because of some "unknown error" in the middle of the rendering process. Images itself look fine.

I have at least one set of 10 images that will only be rendered correctly when the last setting used in the module was the perspective one. If I set it to something other or change the setting and go back to perspective the panorama gets messed up quite heavily. (example at http://imgur.com/a/fF2Mo)

Sometimes, as in the upper example too, there is a big chunk of the panorama missing - every time on its left side. In the upper example half of the left plane.

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7.6K Points

4 years ago

Markus and Steve,

As far as I can tell, this bug only affects the Windows platform. I logged bug 4161411 for your reference.

We will investigate.

Regards,

- Chris

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4 years ago

If you want to upload those images to somewhere like dropbox.com and post a public share link to them, here, at least someone else could try them and see if the same thing happens.  It would help determine if the issue is something local to your computer or within the program, itself.

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4 years ago

The images of this specific set can be found here as jpg export:
http://oc.idenwen.de/index.php/s/7dkmRlAwttUN7ZK

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4 years ago

Do the JPGs exhibit the same behavior as the raw files?

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4 years ago

Uhm... thought they would but did not test until you asked. 
They do not and work fine. What magic is that?

Should not be a solution but I'll do some testing with the other problematic sets i had with exporting and reimporting. Strange....

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4 years ago

Using JPGs is not a solution, no. 

Can you upload the raw files, then?

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4 years ago

Same URL, upload complete

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4 years ago

Well, that's why specialized applications exist for panoramas. I'm not too happy with the capabilities of LR's pano function, it's just way too limited for real professional use. You have no control at all.

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4 years ago

I am seeing the same thing on Windows 10 with the latest LR and PS/ACR.  I've passed it on to someone at Adobe so they can take a look.  Please leave your JPGs and RAWs out there at least until an Adobe person replies.

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4 years ago

I too have had issues with Pano. so like as Paul said I use Microsoft ICE to render my picutres. At present I don't know if Micosoft still supports updates for this software but last time I ran it it still works and its rather fast.

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4 years ago

It's not only the bug that's a problem. The tool itself is too limited for real life work. I only use it when it's an easy panorama and mastering the view doesn't matter too much. Lots of controls are simply not there.

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Hi Paul,

If there are enhancements you feel that would make the Panorama Merge feature better for your workflow, please start a separate thread and we will add your ideas to our list of considerations.

Regards,

- Chris

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One such idea already exists, but does not seem to have gotten enough attention ;)
https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lightroom-panorama-needs-adaptive-wide-angle-functionality

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Hi Chris, it's all about the philosophy of what LR needs to be. I would like LR to be a compact and fast platform for developing photos, and be a home base to launch external applications that are better than LR at specialized tasks, like panorama assembly and stitching or HDR, focus stacking, and so on. 
I would also like LR development to concentrate on speed and reliability in photo management, and get better understanding about the library capabilities and limitations in size vs. performance.  Can't say CC really delivers that now.
For me there's no need to try to include in LR features that exist elsewhere and provide a full interface, while LR only offers a fragment of that while we are used to have full control in other apps.

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The HDR and Pano from LR and ACR are still raw, which isn't something I know of exists anywhere else, including PS's HDR Pro function.

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Well have a look at PTGUI it has done this for years. However my preferred workflow is to use each tool for what it does best. So preparing images in LR or whatever good raw converter and do the panos with exported tiff files generates best results.

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4 years ago

Hello Chris,
thanks for the bug entry. Do you still need the files or can I remove the share of the folder?

Hello Steve,
thanks for your investigation and effort. I really appreciate that.

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Markus, 

Feel free to un-share the folder.

Thanks!

- Chris