This article will help explain how to edit your individual fisheye photographs (panos) before uploading your stitch data (.tar file) and before they are combined into a panorama.
If you wish to edit Panos after uploading please see: Pano Image Replacement
Editing the raw fisheye photographs can be extremely useful for:
Removing reflections of the camera or photographer.
Removing lens flare or dust spots.
Editing colour or exposure for specific areas of the panorama.
Removing unwanted images/objects within the picture, such as blurring or removing clients photographs around the home.
Follow the below instructions to modify your Fisheye photograph before exporting with stitch:
Locate the fisheye photograph you would like to edit, right-click on the image, and select Open Folder, See Figure 1.
Figure 1 - Open folder
Locate the fisheye image you wish to edit, and either right-click, open with (your editing software) or simply browse to the location from within the software itself. See Figure 2.
Figure 2 - Opening your image
It is advised to create a backup of your images before modification, just to be safe.
Perform the required edit.
Replace the photographs by overwriting them. See Figure 3.
Figure 3 - Replacing image
Right-click on the pano folder and select Reload to see the applied changes. See Figure 4
Figure 4 - Reload Image
Confirm your Edit has been loaded correctly within Stitch. See Figure 5 for an example.
Figure 5 - Confirming Edit
Stitch will reprocess these three fisheye images using the newly edited version. Afterwards, proceed as normal.