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The advanced technology automatically identifies and amalgamates the overlapping photos to deliver realistic panoramas. Thus, there is no need for you to be a professional.
Automated Just for You.
Who is a beginner and know nothing about photo stitching!Our photo stitching software is capable of identifying all the overlapping parts across a series of photos with different resolutions, shooting angles, and with different perspectives. As a user, you only have to provide these series of photos. There is no need for you have camera or photo editing knowledge.
About the Software Maker!
Passion for photography, crazy for digital photos, and always excited to have picture-perfect panoramas; these qualities have made me the maker of this user-friendly, pocket-friendly, and tech-friendly software!
Make a Panorama in Just a Click!
Picture-perfect, easy, fast, and powerful
Our software is incredibly fast due to the OpenCL GPU spurt rendering a 1 Gigapixel panorama in 24 seconds using the ordinary hardware. Just submit your photos to the software and leave the rest on it! It can stitch several rows of images regardless of lenses in use. You can expect full control over the outcome to get ideal panoramas even of complex scenes, an ability that not all photo stitching tools have.
A Major Prerequisite for a Flexible Stitching Outcome
You need to ensure that each photo in the series has approximately up to 40% overlapping content with all adjacent photos. At times, a standard-size photo is not useful for capturing the splendor of a specific scenery, site, or backdrop. In most cases, a horizontal panorama is an ideal option for better reflecting the magnificence of a horizontally vast scene. Similarly, a vertical panorama is ideal for capturing the beauty of tall structures.
Out tool takes care of this logic and creates panoramic images from a set of overlapping photos, which you could not take due to any reason but could only take some dispersed scenes with different perspectives, angles and zoom levels.
Support for Different Panoramic Projections
Gone are those days when only one type of panorama was in trend. Today, we can enjoy spherical (360° x 180°), High Dynamic Range (HDR), Gigapixel, rectilinear, orthographic, planar, and stereographic panoramic projections. Spherical is where you can look around, up, and down by dragging in the scene. Gigapixel panoramas give you sharp looks even if the resultant width is long. With extraordinary tone mapping and exposure fusion procedures inside the tool, you can easily get HDR panoramas. Rectilinear is usually for architectural vistas with straight lines, while stereographic is for covering a whole scene on the foundation of our planet.
Well, all these projections are easily and quickly possible with our advanced photo stitching tool.
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