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Its an amazing image, the product of much effort. Most of the glitches cited are unavoidable due to moving traffic between shots. However, the one cited below is more problematic -
Amazing. But , this is another glitch. I hope the link works.
As i'm unfamiliar with the Autopano Giga 3.0 software, was this due to relying upon a fully automated workflow with sparse manual curation? That said, 3 months on a single workstation (albeit with 32-cores and 256 GB RAM) seems a bit self-limiting. I noticed that the Autopano software is available on Linux - and 1000-core HPC clusters are fairly common these days in large firms or companies that provide leased CPU time (without even mentioning Cloud services which might have memory restrictions). In either case, a 31x-speedup in processing (down to 3-4 days vs 3 months) could be achieved. However, Fedex'ing the data on a hard-drive would only add 2 days to the schedule - an ample margin to enable more curation of borders.
N.B. my non-image (genomics) work typically involves using 100-600 nodes of 1k core HPC.