Do you know XnView? The best free image viewer according to Clubic!


Friday, January 25th, 2013
Clubic, a webzine of news on IT and multimedia has just elected the top 3 of all free picture viewers. XnView – distributed by Kolor – is top ranked!

Several new Apps for Androïd, iPhone and iPad are available.

A new multi-platform version will be released soon and is already available as a Beta version.

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[Autopano review] Thomas Bredenfeld reviews Autopano Giga in the magazine DigitalPhoto.de


Wednesday, January 16th, 2013
The magazine DigitalPhoto.de in its January 2013 issue, Thomas Bredenfeld, expert in panoramic photography, underlines that panoramic photography is gaining in popularity & appears in the forefront of the photographic scene.

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[Autopano review] Le monde de la photo N°45 special feature about stitching


Monday, June 25th, 2012

In its issue of May 2012, French magazine “le monde de la photo” presents a 30 page feature on image stitching.
This feature provides an overall view of existing solutions and shots techniques.

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[Autopano Review] Déclic Photo: Autopano Pro « won the public’s support » 


Monday, May 7th, 2012
In its issue of May 2012, Declic Photo presents an 8 page feature on Panoramic photos and points up Autopano’s ease of use and efficiency.

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[Autopano review] Keith Cooper reviews Autopano Giga image-stitching software


Saturday, April 21st, 2012
UK photographer Keith Cooper tested Autopano Giga 2.6 and wrote a comprehensive review of Autopano.

Keith goes trough:

  • the software installation
  • the detection
  • the panorama editor
  • the third-party plugins including the Autopano plugin for Adobe Bridge
  • the gigapixel import module including the Gigapan input

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[Autopano review] ZDnet.de gives 5 stars to Kolor Autopano Pro panorama software


Friday, March 30th, 2012
We’re always happy at Kolor when we see that the press and big IT websites like ZDnet review our software and like them. This time, ZDnet.de gives Autopano Pro, our leading panorama software for Windows, Mac and Linux, the top mark of 5 stars.

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[Panorama software] The Photographic Society of America reviews Autopano Pro


Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
PSA Journal, the monthly magazine of the Photographic Society of America, has just published a 2-page review of Kolor’s panorama software Autopano Pro.

Autopano Pro has been reviewed by Brad Ashbrook, who explains what “image stitching” means and goes through the different steps to create a nice panoramic photo.

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PCgo magazine: “Autopano Pro makes both amateurs and professionals happy – the results speak for themselves.”


Thursday, January 19th, 2012
Autopano Pro has just obtained the mark of 86/100 (“very good”) in the German magazine PCgo. The magazine highlights the application’s ease of use for beginners as well as the advances features for experienced photographers. Here is the full article translated in English. (read more…)

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A Japanese book about VR photography, featuring Autopano and Panotour


Friday, January 6th, 2012
Yasushi Kumon has just published a very detailled book about image-stitching and VR photography. The author reviews several hardware items including Nodal Ninja panoramic heads and a selection of software applications, including Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga and Panotour Pro. This book is written in Japanese. We are proud to be in it and we hope the publisher will translate it in English and other languages ;)

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Autopano Pro gets 5 stars by FindMySoft


Friday, May 27th, 2011
Autopano Pro review on FindMySoft Autopano Pro has been reviewed by FindMySoft and has been rated 5/5. The author of the review, George Norman, pointed out several top features of the program, including:

  • Nice, intuitive interface
  • Powerful photo stitching technology
  • Editing capabilities

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