Today I released my second installer for Windows. It is a snapshot of SVN2765. It won’t be the last one, but it is worth installing if you run Windows and want to try some cool things such as Enfuse or Hugin’s photometric adjustments and full, real HDR stitching. Oh, and let’s not forget all the wonderful new projection types.
The building process on Windows is becoming more robust every day. Harry does an excellent job on OSX – he released SVN2765 as well.
There are still many issues for Pablo and the other developers to tackle, but a lot of things work and there is no need to wait for the stable release to use them.
One of these things are Erik Krause’s droplets. It’s really install and go. We’re still limited by the bug in Enfuse when dealing with the zenith and nadir of equirectangular pictures, but for all other purposes it will do.
So even if there are still little glitches and bugs, this is the most advanced Hugin ever. Try it! We need more community testing and bug reports to move forward from a snapshot to a Release Candidate.
The most recent packages of Hugin, Enblend, Enfuse and soon also Libpano are linked from the download page.
Ah, this snapshot was made when running the installer inside Wine. I forgot to produce it before rebooting into Ubuntu :-)