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    Hi,

    being a newbie, i would like to find out if there r softwares available in which i can stictch up my photos that were taken using panorama functions. Cos i haf taken a few panoramic shots n would like to stitch them up,.. (the photostitch offered by Canon is not that good)

    Thanks for all contributions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyondgal
    Hi,

    being a newbie, i would like to find out if there r softwares available in which i can stictch up my photos that were taken using panorama functions. Cos i haf taken a few panoramic shots n would like to stitch them up,.. (the photostitch offered by Canon is not that good)

    Thanks for all contributions
    i am using panorama factory
    www.panoramafactory.com

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    Panorama Maker


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    Quote Originally Posted by latmo
    i am using panorama factory
    www.panoramafactory.com
    I've tried this.. but how come there is this *panoramafactory* logo right in the middle of my photo? How to get rid of it ?

    Thanks

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    PanoramaFactory is very good, but only works if your camera isn't tilted.
    If it's tilted, you need to adjust for the perspective distortion. PanaVue ImageAssembler can stitch when your camera is tilted. Here's one i did some time back. Camera was tilted downwards.



    ps. PanoramaFactory is shareware, you have to register it if you want to get rid of that logo (which is why the logo is there).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royce
    PanoramaFactory is very good, but only works if your camera isn't tilted.
    If it's tilted, you need to adjust for the perspective distortion. PanaVue ImageAssembler can stitch when your camera is tilted. Here's one i did some time back. Camera was tilted downwards.



    ps. PanoramaFactory is shareware, you have to register it if you want to get rid of that logo (which is why the logo is there).
    oic... thanks a lot... register after i've d/l the software izzit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyondgal
    oic... thanks a lot... register after i've d/l the software izzit?
    Can't remember the exact procedure, but if memory serves, once you register they will email you the code which you use to unlock the software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyondgal
    I've tried this.. but how come there is this *panoramafactory* logo right in the middle of my photo? How to get rid of it ?

    Thanks
    Pay to register can remove it
    or ..................... no need to say right

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    Quote Originally Posted by latmo
    Pay to register can remove it
    or ..................... no need to say right

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    Hi Royce,

    thanks for the recommendation but i cant seem to get the wordings in the middle of the pictures away... i juz d/l the shareware n install it.. there's no registration or watsoever... hence after stitching, the words r there again.. in the middle of my picture...

    is there any other softwares that does not haf this problem?

    Thanks...

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    Unless you buy the software, the logo will remain.

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    free software - [JzShanDsTitChed]



    i still like stitching myself to enjoy the statisfaction


    ever seen this?

    gigapixel

    this guy stitched 100++ images together!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyondgal
    Hi Royce,

    thanks for the recommendation but i cant seem to get the wordings in the middle of the pictures away... i juz d/l the shareware n install it.. there's no registration or watsoever... hence after stitching, the words r there again.. in the middle of my picture...

    is there any other softwares that does not haf this problem?

    Thanks...
    You need to purchase it online via credit card and then you will receive a email on the registration code. You need it to register the software.
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    or you can use adobe photoshop cs or photoshop element.
    they have the stitching function build in.
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