Kolor announces new version of Autopano lineup and new virtual tour software Panotour

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Kolor announced, during the Photokina fair in Cologne, the approaching launch of version 2.5 of image-stitching software Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga, and the new virtual tour software Panotour and Panotour Pro.

The users of Autopano Pro or Autopano Giga current version, as well as new buyers of the current version, will be able to get this update for free. They can even already try the beta version.

Information for the users

You can find below:

The new features announced for Autopano Pro

The new features announced for Autopano Giga

The beta versions to download, if you would like to have a preview of version 2.5

Information for the press

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  • olivewhite | Oct 13, 2010 at 17 h 43 min

    this new version seems to be really advanced with a beautiful nice workspace, congrats!!

  • Andrew Roos | Oct 28, 2010 at 13 h 34 min

    The beta for 2.5 looks excellent. When do you expect to release it?

  • Burkhard | Oct 30, 2010 at 20 h 26 min


    I am thinking about buying autopano pro. However on your website you anounce that 2.5 is about to be final soon. I am aking myself if I have to wait for this version in order not to lose the right to update to the next version (e.g. 3.0 if that would be the successor of 2.5 ) for free. Could you please let me know?



  • Boris Haeusermann | Nov 4, 2010 at 23 h 51 min

    The AutopanoTour SW is a exceptional handy tool – it was worth every cent of the price for the Autopano Giga Software suite. We use it together with KR-Pano’s Branding Free- & JS iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch Add-On License and are very pleased how they perform together.
    Now the Panotour Pro, even though still in beta 2, is again a big step forward!
    On the other hand, it’s totally unclear to us how to handle Autopano stitching SW – we tried several times, but the results are far behind our lowest expectations – we’ll stick with PTGui for stitching.
    But we’re curios to hear from others, how they are taking advantages of Autopano’s stitching functionality …

  • Boris Haeusermann | Nov 4, 2010 at 23 h 59 min

    … and as christmas days are in the near future, we like to express a wish; please implement an interface for the PTGui mac version.
    Kolor’s SW-Suite seams to make a great job in the area of automation, where, from our point of view, PTGui does outperform any other stitching tool we’ve ever tried.

  • philip | Nov 8, 2010 at 20 h 22 min

    so, when will this version be released ?

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