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    Default Brief review of Panorama Stitching software

    Have a look at:
    http://www.computing.edu.au/~raytrace/outgoing/ARTICLES/STITCHING/

    In summary, I am convinced that the 99.00 that I spent buying the non-demo version of autopano was well worthwhile.
    The software not only does very fine panoramas in an automatic manner, but "the extra features" produced value added images that I had not expected.

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    Default Re: Brief review of Panorama Stitching software

    Thank you for testing these under Linux! I will try the last two programs you mention.
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    Default Re: Brief review of Panorama Stitching software

    Using Autostitch I think that you made the same incorrect assumption that I did initially. In the options box the system memory setting I believe must refer to the amount of memory reserved for the system _not_ to the amount of memory available for use by Autostitch. Best to leave it at the default setting (lowest) or you will get out of memory messages.
    Secondly: always use the 100% setting as the autostitch reducing algorithm isn't very good and results in a poor quality image. Reduce post process.
    Autostitch is a very powerful little program and FREE

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    Default Re: Brief review of Panorama Stitching software

    I just took pictures with my Nikon, and left all the details to AcroPano Panorama software. I am not saying its the best one, but it works so well for me.
    Last edited by laingjd; 04-14-2011 at 06:04 AM.

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