Ok, from what I've read, the Hugin-software is supposed to be able to take exposure-bracketed, overlapping bits of a single scene, recognize which are which, and then blend & stitch (or stitch & blend) everything in one single go, into a full panorama with extended dynamic range.
However, when I try to load all images with a single import, and proceed to the control point search and image alignment, I get the following error message in the aligning phase: "Couldn't execute command: C:\Program Files\Hugin\bin\autopano-sift-c.exe --maxmatches 10
D:\Docume~1\User\Locals~1\Temp\ap_C4.tmp", then followed by a list of the filenames and full path information of all imported images.
If I've understood correctly, there's no need to separately blend the bracketed shots before stitching them, or the other way around, when using this software. So what's the problem? Perhaps I'm supposed to somehow tell the program which of the shots are bracketed, and which are overlapping... if so, no problem, but how to do it exactly? So far, I haven't found any options related to that.