Panorama Even Cheaper

JoeG

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I took Herman's advice and tried Microsoft Ice--a free downloadable panorama program. It works! I put the camera atop a deck post and swiveled it horizontally. The final image is based on three originals, but it stitched without memory problems. The seams are visible, but you have to blow the photo up and really look for them. At any rate, it worked better for me than Serif PanoramaPro, and it's free.

Thanks, Herman!
 

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Herman

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Hi Joe ! Congrats on your pano ! Thanks for your posting. Great to hear it works fine. Acc to me you can upload at no cost at a microsoft site. Not sure, got you take a look into it. How long did it take to create the stitched pano on your computer?
 

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I took Herman's advice and tried Microsoft Ice--a free downloadable panorama program. It works! I put the camera atop a deck post and swiveled it horizontally. The final image is based on three originals, but it stitched without memory problems. The seams are visible, but you have to blow the photo up and really look for them. At any rate, it worked better for me than Serif PanoramaPro, and it's free.

Thanks, Herman!
Panos are fun Joe .. looks good

The G1 CD comes with Pany stitching software that works quite well too
 

JoeG

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Hi Joe ! Congrats on your pano ! Thanks for your posting. Great to hear it works fine. Acc to me you can upload at no cost at a microsoft site. Not sure, got you take a look into it. How long did it take to create the stitched pano on your computer?
Herman, it's a free download and takes no time at all. You don't pick out corresponding details or anything like that. You just load the pics and sit back as the program does the work. My three originals were stitched as you see them in about a half a minute. A friend of mine who lives on the beach loaded the program and stitched a number of originals he hand held some time back. They came out beautifully.

And thanks, Boyzo. I was afraid I was overlooking something in Silkypix or the Panasonic software. I'll go back and check that too. I'd just as soon avoid Microsoft products, even when they're free.
 

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