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    Question Photo Stitching

    Was trying out the photo stitching feature of Photoshop Elements 2, didn't seem to work well at all. I'd 3 sets done, 2 using a tripod, 1 on a table in fact, the other on a not so flat stone bench. However, the software can't seems to be able to 'stitch' them together properly.

    Anyone with any better recommendations of photo stitching software to use? Or is PS Elements the best around?

    My photos seem not to be on the same height level although I used a tripod & put it on flat surface. Anyone could share some hints on how to improve on this area?

    Thanks

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    check this out

    http://www.panoguide.com/software/


    I would recommend "The Panorama Factory"
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    I second the recommendation for Panorama Factory!

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    yup, panorama factory is good, idiot proof and feature rich at the same time.

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    just tried panorama factory. the output isn't any better. guess its my input that is lousy then

    thanks for the suggestion & yeah, it sure is easy to use panorama factory!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamade
    just tried panorama factory. the output isn't any better. guess its my input that is lousy then

    thanks for the suggestion & yeah, it sure is easy to use panorama factory!

    Keep trying, post more pics!



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    Quote Originally Posted by tamade
    just tried panorama factory. the output isn't any better. guess its my input that is lousy then

    thanks for the suggestion & yeah, it sure is easy to use panorama factory!
    If panorama factory cannot stitch your need , I think no other program can do better

    ... could it be ur shots are not well taken ? oops .. sound offensive ..

    can you post ur shots to let us see 1st ?
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    Is there any defish for windows ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by megaweb
    check this out

    http://www.panoguide.com/software/


    I would recommend "The Panorama Factory"
    Just curious, can it do QTVR interactive panorama?
    Thinking of doing one of my toilet.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter
    Just curious, can it do QTVR interactive panorama?
    Thinking of doing one of my toilet.

    Thanks.
    Toilet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter
    Just curious, can it do QTVR interactive panorama?
    Thinking of doing one of my toilet.

    Thanks.
    yes you can ... but those stitching programs tt support multiple layers and fisheye are very expensive ....

    see this site
    http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/.../canon10d.htm#
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    posted the only set of panoramic photo that i managed to stitch, the other 2 sets were too lousy. think its my shots that are lousy, could be because they couldn't align reasonably vertically.

    hosted the photos on my own webserver, so not sure if it could be displayed properly

    do give me your comments pls, thanks

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    ACD Systems produces a software plugin for ACDSee called Photostitcher, it is a PC based software tool that easily creates 360 panos in Quicktime VR format ... very handy very easy to use

    here is the link:http://www.acdsystems.com/English/Pr...cher/index.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamade
    posted the only set of panoramic photo that i managed to stitch, the other 2 sets were too lousy. think its my shots that are lousy, could be because they couldn't align reasonably vertically.

    hosted the photos on my own webserver, so not sure if it could be displayed properly
    err .. the links are down
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    Canon's stiching program can do QTVR..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamade
    just tried panorama factory. the output isn't any better. guess its my input that is lousy then

    thanks for the suggestion & yeah, it sure is easy to use panorama factory!
    next time try taking photos with more overlap, that will greatly facilitate stitching.

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    ported my photos over to another server instead. sorry for the previous inconvenience

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    I can only see one possible panoramic photo but it is too small to comment whether the stitching is done well. Can you post a larger photo?

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    there's repetition in the middle of the pic...

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