I tried some mpo's on thumb drive but both my 4K LG's didn't recognize files. Might be too big.
Have you ever messed around with the animated gif feature? I know that issue is in Stereomaker. Keeps crashing for me.
I briefly did some color adjusting/matching which worked pretty well on these. I did some cropping so the images matched up based on overall size to get them equal. I didn't do much on alignment. I will take a look at that again.
On scanning, I managed to get 4 rolls of old film done yesterday. So I had found 4 rolls of old Walmart Poloraid in garage. They were at least 16 years old. 3 had already been used, never developed. One roll was almost completely gone, the said it was blank but I could scan some of it and see what it was at least.
Two other rolls were old pictures from same time about 2003 or 2004, right before we went digital. And really, they didn't look too bad. It was like they had been developed then and not now for most part. Then I scanned in the last Poloroid roll that I shot last week that had never been used. I used it in the Kodak with the wide angle lenses off. For most part the images looked pretty darn good. One image there's just a slight yellow area. But I'm really impressed with the quality out of the Kodak and the film look. So this roll was last week and it was party cloudy, I shot F8 mostly, a few shady areas F7. One shot in the shade, it really has that vintage look, like it was shot 50 or 60 years ago. Slightly, underexposed. But that's it on the old film, no more. I am working on my website, I will be posting some images there. Trying to get animated gif function to work, best way to show 3D in a 2D environment.
And I've got one roll of Kodak 400 that I used on the Nimslo. I couldn't tell when I was using it if the auto advance was working. I couldn't hear it or feel it working, thought I was exposing same frame but I found out later it must have been working because I got to the end. So those are four images, two per 35mm frame. And then I have a bunch of Fuji 200 stereo's to go through. I can see which ones are wide angle just looking at the film. So I had the 37mm wide angle lenses on the Kodak for a bunch of shots, it looks like it's rounding the corners off but that might be OK if I crop them in for 16:9.
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