PhotoStitcher for Mac/Windows

June 8, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 5 Comments |
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Teorex has released a new program called PhotoStitcher, which enables any home user to create a panoramic image with one-click simplicity. “PhotoStitcher greatly facilitates panorama creation, since the user does not need to align and stitch adjacent images manually,” the company says. “The whole process of panorama stitching is performed automatically and takes just a couple of minutes.” Compatible with Windows XP and higher / MacOS X 10.6 and higher, PhotoStitcher is available for $19.99.

Website: PhotoStitcher

Teorex Press Release

PhotoStitcher by Teorex: Create Seamless Panoramas in One Click

Teorex has announced the release of PhotoStitcher 1.0, its new product for automatic stitching of panoramic images. This tool enables any home user to create a panorama in one click without investing in high-level photo editors.

PhotoStitcher is a new program developed for easy creation of panoramic images. It continues the line of simple photo editing tools by Teorex, being based on the same principle: do only one thing, but do it perfectly. PhotoStitcher greatly facilitates panorama creation, since the user does not need to align and stitch adjacent images manually. The whole process of panorama stitching is performed automatically and takes just a couple of minutes.

How does PhotoStitcher work?

First, the user selects the overlapping images that were taken from the same viewpoint. After that the “Stitch” button is clicked, and the solution performs fully automated alignment and stitching of the images. By the way, PhotoStitcher supports both 1D (horizontal rotation) and 2D (both horizontal and vertical rotation) panoramas. The images are neatly stitched and blended, so that the resulted panorama looks smooth and seamless without any user input. Cropping is also performed automatically.

Why PhotoStitcher?

This solution is optimal for amateur photographers who would like to easily blend their images into impressive panoramas. Instead of purchasing an expensive Photoshop license or wasting time on manual panorama making the user simply clicks on a button, and everything else is done by PhotoStitcher.

Key Features
- Performs fully automated alignment and stitching of images;
- Supports any arrangement of overlapping pictures taken from the same viewpoint;
- Very simple and intuitive, requires no special skills or training;
- Supports creation of 1D and 2D panoramas;
- Takes very little time and effort: a seamless panorama is stitched in one mouse click.

Pricing and Availability
PhotoStitcher is compatible with Windows XP and higher or with Mac OS X 10.6 and higher (only Intel CPU). The price for a license starts from 19.99 USD. Further information, as well as the free trial version, is available at http://www.photostitcher.com.

Links
Product page: http://www.photostitcher.com
Download page: http://www.photostitcher.com/download.html
Company website: http://www.teorex.com/



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#1 F.J.Stols

What about Microsoftice Panoramamaker freeware at
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/ice/

8:15 pm - Friday, June 8, 2012

#2 Paul

And what about good old Hugin. Runs on all the platforms, and does much more then Panoramas. Most of the time it is click and go, if you have a good overlap on the photos.

It really gets fun when you are using a panorama viewer. Go visit http://blog.360cities.net for some good examples.

(I have no links with the products mentioned)

3:17 am - Saturday, June 9, 2012

#3 Boris

20$ for an app that you might not use every days to pay this much. But it looks a great app, and on iOS it is (i've it).
If they put a 2$ price tag i guess thousand and thousand people like me bought it already without even thinking twice. This price make me just keep the money in my pocket and will do that on any image software by myself...

11:11 am - Saturday, June 9, 2012

#4 Windows MAC Support

this is really awesome......great work

10:46 pm - Monday, June 18, 2012

#5 IT Consulting Los Angeles

This sounds great. But don't you think that photos in a PC can never be torn. They always can be stitched with many photo editor applications.

7:50 am - Tuesday, December 11, 2012