Automatically assembles overlapping photos, even from several overlaid sequences, to form a single panoramic image. Also allows manual stitching and transfers the GPS positioning data stored in each image file into the finished panorama.
This tool automates the tasks involved with working with the open-source Stitcher Hugin by automatically setting any number of control points in the transition area of individual photos. Most Linux distributions don’t use this package because the sift algorithm is protected by a US patent.
Links photos of a room or building together to form a panoramic view and automatically stitches overlapping photos of an object. Supports 64-bit operating systems and exports data in picture file formats, including deep zoom, TIFF, JPEG and PNG for HD View, Silverlight.
Comprehensive panorama software (stitcher) that links vertical and horizontal image sequences into a panorama. Checkpoints are generated automatically and can be manually edited afterwards. An unofficial installer is available from a separate web site for Windows. Fast and secure download from The H
Combines individual images to form a single panoramic image and automatically corrects differences in colour and lighting. Also supports the use of HDR images and can identify which photos in a folder belong together.
Use this tool to display a 360-degree panorama image from the local hard disk, LAN or CD as a high-resolution endless image in full-screen mode, in which you can pan as far to the left or the right as you want. According to the manufacturer, it uses extended algorithms so that the image displays sharply even in full-screen mode.
Use this tool to process images in batch mode so they can be used online. Use it to scale images, rename files, optimise pictures and add watermarks. Supports more than 40 graphics formats and can save images in seven standard formats.