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AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3 Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3

AcroPano Photo Stitcher stitches your photos into dazzling panorama automatically and perfectly.
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User Rating: 982 (73%) 358 (27%) 2 commenti

AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3 era disponibile come app gratuita il 20 marzo 2012!

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AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3 unisce le vostre foto in bellissimi panorami in maniera del tutto automatica. Allo stesso tempo, vi dà la possibilità di regolare tutti i parametri manualmente in modo da avere il pieno controllo sul risultato finale.

Organizzazione delle foto intelligente:

  • Organizza automaticamente le foto associate nel giusto ordine.
  • Unione automatica delle foto.
  • Formati e dimensioni di output supportati: JPEG (JPG), BMP, TIFF (TIF), PNG o TGA con qualità differenti.
  • Modalità di unione differenti: Panorama Orizzontale; Panorama a 360°; Panorama Verticale.

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Requisiti di Sistema:

Windows 98/ 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7

Produttore:

AcroPano.com

Homepage:

http://www.acropano.com

Dimensione File:

4.25 MB

Prezzo:

$99.00

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#2

Grazie NOVARESE, lo proverò di sicuro.

Rispondi   |   PinKo  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (0)
#1

Passo senza indugio, per un motivo molto semplice: ogni programma del genere sparisce al cospetto di Microsoft Image Composite Editor (gratuito, ma questo e' un dettaglio).
Al lavoro uso la versione a 64 bit, per unire mappe geografiche piu' grandi dello scanner A0: veloce, preciso, senza rivali.

Rispondi   |   Novarese  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (0)
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#5

Gudday - I've used a few photo stitchers in my time of doing property inspections - the initial best was a program for the Canon digital camera 'Canon Photostitch' - it had similar outputs to this, and required horizontal or vertical photo arrangements. The blending between pictures was similar to this AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3.

Sadly that free-with-a-camera piece of software's availability was removed and it's effectively no longer available (there is a workaround - if your a keen google searcher, you will find it)

Then I used a couple of others such as the java platform based Autostitch and AutoPano.

Autostitch has features AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3 lacks, such as taking a mess of pictures from all around you to form a fisheye view of where you are - not just horizontal or vertically arranged photos - again the detail of the output was low resolution, but it worked fairly well.

AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3 makes a better resolution output and it is very user friendly, the way it dives into fairly advanced features simply and cleanly is admirable - for example the use of control points in the advanced section.

However, when you compare to things like Hugin, a suite of photo manipulation and blending tools to apply a range of methods to creating a panorama, this is very simplistic. It's an easy entry software which presents a good output, but fails in some of the more complicated aspects where tweaking and masking might be useful.

Price - I can guess where people might say this is too expensive, but I understand the ownership of photo merging IP is well controlled so this might have costly licencing behind it. I think it's too much, but I like a lot of 'under the hood' options - and dont mind Hugin crashing every 24 minutes (which it does, until I get to know what settings to avoid).

I've had no crashes with my play of AcroPano Photo Stitcher 2.1.3. It's reasonable, simple, does what it says it does, and produces a clean output with the input sizes working well.

Usability - Easy & you cant go wrong (unless its not a horizontal or vertical set of photos)
Output - Simple but effective.
Features - limited outputs (jpg, targa, bmp, tiff & one other)

Missing features are the non-vertical and non-horizontal panoramas. Changing the number of control points. Web quality colour manipulation. Straight Line projection (ie, make one feature into a straight line which is then used to warp the rest of the picture).

Overall - 2.25 out of 5. Competent and simple.

Thomas S  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+182)
#4

Dear all,

I'm Tony from acropano.com. It's my pleasure to publish acropano again in Giveaway of the Day.

This is the online tutorial of acropano.http://acropano.com/photo-stitcher-tutorial.html

Just remember you have to keep 20-30% overlaps between photos then the program will detect the similar point and stitch them into a whole panorama.If you don't have one, try the demo photos we provided?http://www.acropano.com/download/sample.zip

Please feel free to contact me if you have any problem or suggesstion. I will be happy to hear from you.

Tony  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+138)
#3

The obvious and necessary comparison is with the freeware Microsoft ICE. Here are my brief first impressions.

APPS doesn't allow drag-and-drop file loading, but in every other way is faster and simpler to use. The stitching mechanism seems better than ICE - more tolerant of out-of-plane camera movement. The saved file (using "best" quality) of APPS is about two-thirds the size of ICE's, and the loss of definition is only just appreciable to the naked eye, certainly negligible for ordinary purposes.

Whether these advantages are worth an extra $99 is for the user to decide, of course. I think I shall continue to use ICE. I'm used to its idiosyncrasies now, and its demands for a little extra care with the actual camera-work are probably a good thing in the long run!

David J Wilson  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+69)
#2

The software is okay; the results using the sample images provided from the developers web site are pretty good, but how does this perform with more difficult panoramas (for example taken with different lens types).


I can do the same for free with for example Hugins Panoramic Stitcher that has much more in the way of manual control and has lens type data included. That's available from the Sourceforge site:

http://hugin.sourceforge.net/download/


The overall impression I get is of a basic photo-stitcher with a boring interface. For $99 I'd expect something a little more professional looking. That said, it does its job well and with no extra controls to confuse novice users is very easy to use. It's a straight out of the box type software.

I would suggest to the developer that they improve the user interface and add tool tips that can either be set to show when the program opens or to access via a toolbar. I'd also include a manual mode where the user can adjust control points manually.

The other things that seems missing from this expensive software are a 360 degrees viewer. You can stitch images to create a 360 degree view, but there's no viewer provided to view them.

The ability to include lens data for example wide angle, rectilinear (normal) orthographic, stereographic etc would also be of use otherwise you will get problems stitching together images taken form all but the rectilinear lens type.


I'd also include a decent help document onboard rather than forcing users to go to your site. The examples you use on the site are too small to be of any use, plus it would be nice if you had links to several video tutorials.

Whiterabbit-uk  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+51)
#1

Just another thumbs up for Microsoft ICE
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/ice/

Surprised poor Hariks has been voted down for suggesting it. Its a great program, and has an excellent community.
The new version accepts video too, so you can quickly video a panorama, then turn that into a panoramic photograph.
The software allows full control over the end result of the panorama, and is blisteringly quick. Its always free, too.

Chris Locke  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+50)

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