PhotoStitcher for Mac and Windows

May 7, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 6 Comments |
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PhotoStitcher is a new easy-to-use tool for the combining of multiple overlapping pictures into a single ideally fitting panoramic image. Recently released by TeoreX. PhotoStitcher automatically addresses the entire scope of technical issues that can hinder the creation of stitched panoramics, including the proper alignment of images, distortion compensation and varying perspective. The program supports creation of horizontal, vertical and combined panoramic photos without any user input. PhotoStitcher is available for Windows XP or higher and for Mac OS X 10.6 or higher, priced at $19.99.

Teorex Press Release

Stitch Perfect Panoramic Shots from Scattered Picture with PhotoStitcher

TeoreX announces the release of PhotoStitcher, a tool for straightforward combining of multiple overlapping pictures into a fine ideally fitting panoramic photo. The user is provided with a convenient and simple instrument to align several shots taken from the same point both vertically and horizontally to produce a non­distorted image of the whole panorama.

Taking a photo of massive or large­scale objects is a real pain even for pro photographers. A breath­taking mount or a majestic gothic cathedral barely fit the camera view unless the camera has a specialized (and expensive!) lens. Making several shots and stitching them together into the panorama would be a solution, if not for technical skills required to perform this in a proper manner.

PhotoStitcher recently released by TeoreX smoothly blends multiple overlapping pictures of the same object into a finely aligned panoramic image without a single manual operation at all! Technically, a user simply loads all the photos of the object taken from the same point of view into the program, clicks the “Stitch” button and after a moment the program presents a final panoramic image.

PhotoStitcher automatically addresses the entire scope of technical issues like proper alignment of images next to each other, distortion compensation, and varying perspective. The program supports creation of horizontal, vertical and combined panoramic photos without any user input, 100% automatically. Together with genuinely intuitive user interface, PhotoStitcher is definitely a remarkable graphics tool that is worth trying.

Pricing and availability

PhotoStitcher is available for Windows XP or higher and for Mac OS X 10.6 or higher. The program is free for evaluation while the full version costs $19.99.

About

TeoreX is a dynamically evolving software development company founded in 2011 focusing on building intuitive graphics and multimedia tools solving everyday tasks with minimum efforts. The product line includes PhotoStitcher, Inpaint, iResizer.

Links

Website: http://www.photostitcher.com/
Screenshots: http://www.photostitcher.com/screenshots.html ;
Download link: http://www.photostitcher.com/download.html



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#1 vauve

I installed the program but it's not working? Free trial version.

11:18 am - Wednesday, May 8, 2013

#2 Alexandre

VAlve: "I installed the program but it's not working? Free trial version."

Same here. Windows Free Trial Version.

2:32 pm - Wednesday, May 8, 2013

#3 vauve

And I purchased the software and got the key code, but IT'S STILL NOT WORKING !!

5:04 pm - Wednesday, May 8, 2013

#4 Kristian Saks

Strange, that already the program's ad is misleading for beginning photographers. The basic rule of panorama shooting is: shoot vertical.

7:16 am - Thursday, May 9, 2013

#5 vauve

Now it works! It needs more key points between images than e.g. Microsoft Image Composite Editor. But let's put it into demanding field tests now.

10:46 am - Thursday, May 9, 2013

#6 vauve

Now I've done some wider tests. The software can't stitch larger images. I took 20 images, 16 Mp, and ab. 10 MB each (Nikon D7000). They had overlapping enough. But this task was impossible for Stitcher. With Microsoft ICE no problems. With fewer and smaller images no problems. When working, the result is excellent. But I didn't find specs concerning the size and max. number of originals?

8:08 pm - Thursday, May 9, 2013