When editing panoramas for output and viewing in 360 degree viewers, it's imperative that the far sides of the images match. IE the left side of the image and the right side of the image match exactly in terms of exposure.
This is because when the image is used in a 360 viewer, what was the left and right edges are meant to join together to form a seamless image.
I often find in Aurora HDR that i get a seam in my images as per the attached below.
This isn't because I used a brush or a local adjustment at any side.
Apart from trying to lighten the right edge or darken the left edge, is there a way to prevent this natively within Aurora?
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