Panaramic photo software

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  1. Jay H

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    Any good software to convert a string of images into one panaramic shot? I took a bunch of digital pictures by standing in a spot and spinning while taking pictures and I was looking for some software that will collage it into one pararamic. Any shareware/freeware editing tools that allow one to do it? I have an older Kodak DC480 and I haven't installed any of the editors that came with it but use PSP 6.0 as my basic image editor.

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    you could probably do it in PSP, just nudge the pics together
     
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    Panorama factory...free to try..register it for additional features but it already works fine by me. I've been stitching together digital pics making panoramic images as well as having a PixAround image....u know where ur like sitting in a room and the image just pans by itself. Cool!
     
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    Also, look into Quicktime VR apps. I don't know any off the top of my head, but they're very good, and QTVR is pretty popular with Panoramic images.

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    Thanks everybody for the suggestions, I did download Parorama factory v2.4 and it's pretty nifty. I just did a panoramic shot from about 12 pictures while standing near Polychrome glacier in Denali National Park in Alaska. I shall post a link to it in the After Hours forum sooner or later. It came over pretty good except for one photo which I think I goofed by setting my exposure to something pretty close to me (standing on some tundra grass but with a ridgeline near me) so that seemed to mess up the processing and focal length using PF so one image of the panorama is kind of odd. I don't think I can do anything about it but I'll take a look at the PDF and see what kind of editing stuff I can do there..

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