Panorama Help!

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Re: Panorama Help!

Postby istarlome » Sun Jul 29, 2012 11:03 pm

here's something to consider. hugin is the right tool for this. gimp is great and i'll never stop using it but i do use the right tool for the job. hugin is a free pano tool and easy to use.
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Re: Panorama Help!

Postby virtualTune » Mon Jul 30, 2012 9:11 am

welcome back istar, well I found hugin last week as well. coincidentaly i also found another PS CS4 Demo CD that day. I tried both, and while both programs seem to have trouble at times to keep the perspective aligned, I would argue photoshop makes it easier to correct them since it uses layer masks and doe not merge the image to one layer. Hugin on the other hand, always ends up giving a single image as result, whereas with Photoshop I sometimes end up with 2 or 3 small panoramas, not stiched together to form a single image. Either way, the scripts of both rpograms make it a lot easier than having to do it by hand.
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Re: Panorama Help!

Postby Rod » Mon Jul 30, 2012 3:59 pm

Microsoft Image Composite Editor or ICE works nice in Windows also. ... fault.aspx
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