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    Default Free Photo Stitching Software

    Not sure if everyone knows this, but Microsoft ICE very easy to use.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Default Re: Free Photo Stitching Software

    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    Not sure if everyone knows this, but Microsoft ICE very easy to use.
    I'm also using ICE cause the the one on my Olympus Viewer 2 don't seems to be working properly.

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    Default Re: Free Photo Stitching Software

    Thank you for sharing MICE. There are other similar, some free & some paid. For those into serious pano - can look at PTGui Pro (not free).
    Last edited by ricohflex; 14th July 2013 at 12:23 AM.

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    Default Re: Free Photo Stitching Software

    Lyrs back I use Hugins, but its way slower than this. But iirc, Hugins lets user to define the "connecting points" to stitch.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    Lyrs back I use Hugins, but its way slower than this. But iirc, Hugins lets user to define the "connecting points" to stitch.
    Hugin is more powerful.
    It allows saving the connecting points too. Which makes it possible to do a HDR or exp blend pano.
    It also allows the user to define the pano type (ie. Fisheye; Cylyndrical; rectilinear, etc) which makes a difference to the FOV and distortion acheived.
    But I tend to find that it can't do vertical panos and 'bokehramas' as well.

    ICE, is in a way 'smarter', able to stitch up what Hugin cannot.
    So I keep/use all 3Hugin/ICE/PSE built in pano

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