User:Zverik/Panorama to Mapillary
Make 7-8 photos turning around, so when merged, they would cover everything in 360-degree field. There should be overlap at least 1/4 of a frame between consecutive shots.
Install Hugin: from a linux repo or using an installer from the website.
Start it. There will be three buttons. With the first one, choose photos for a panorama. The second one will merge them, allowing to fix imperfections, but you won't need that most of the time. The third one will actually stitch photos together and write a TIFF or JPEG (which is preferred and you should select it) image.
yum install exiftool yum install qt-devel pip install PySide git clone https://github.com/hvdwolf/pyExifToolGUI.git cd pyExifToolGUI mkdir ~/.pyexiftoolgui ./install_remove.py install
If it fails with something about "install-layout", use this line:
python setup.py install --install-lib=/usr/share/pyexiftoolgui --install-scripts=/usr/bin
"Open MapCoordinates.net" button leads to unexpected browsers, so use one of the following websites:
You should use WGS-84 coordinate system.