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Panorama erstellen mit PSE 14

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Sep 16, 2019

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Nach dem Auswählen der Fotos werde ich aufgefordert, die Bilder zunächst zu speichen.

Wieso muss ich Bilder speichern, die schon gespeichert sind?

Wo muss ich ggfls. diese Bilder speichern, damit ich sie zu einem Pano zusammenführen kann?

 

 

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Panorama erstellen mit PSE 14

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Nach dem Auswählen der Fotos werde ich aufgefordert, die Bilder zunächst zu speichen.

Wieso muss ich Bilder speichern, die schon gespeichert sind?

Wo muss ich ggfls. diese Bilder speichern, damit ich sie zu einem Pano zusammenführen kann?

 

 

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Muss ich die fotos zuerst in ein JPEG umwandeln?

Ich habe es mit RAW-Dateien versiucht.

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Moving to the Photoshop Elements forum from Photoshop

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I can't find the links to discussions about this issue with the panoramas in PSE14. My bookmarks in the previous forum seem to be lost...

However, the core of the problem was about the way the picture orientation (landscape or portrait) was saved in your image file: either as a tag in the metadata or already 'cooked' into the pixels. If I remember well, it was for pictures in portrait orientation.

The solution was to open and save a copy of those files. I don't remember if it was a problem with raw files.

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Thank you for the note with the copies of the files. That actually helped.

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