I have X images shot with Y lens at Z° intervals. Can you give me a
script that will stitch them successfully?
In short... No. There are several factors that can introduce small
errors which, added up, will produce a very average looking result. This
tutorial covers many of them and hopefully by the time you've read it you'll
understand why the answer is no.
The horizon in my panorama is like a roller coaster. What went wrong and
how do I fix it?
There are several ways to "straighten" a panorama but by far the easiest
solution to this problem is prevention. Unless you have specified horizontal
or vertical lines in your script for optimising control points there is no
information that tells the optimiser which way is up. If you attempt
to optimise the roll and pitch angles for all of the images then the values
may drift from what you expect. In practise then, it is necessary to fix the
roll, pitch and yaw angles for one of the images.