Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga 2.6.1


Tuesday, January 24th, 2012
After the big release of version 2.6 (read “What’s new in Autopano Giga 2.6“), version 2.6.1 brings some bug fixes. Improvements have been made on the blending as well as in the Papywizard and Gigapan plugins.

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Interview : Frank BZH360 make us discover Larmor (France) with Panotour Pro.


Thursday, October 27th, 2011
Interview : Frank BZH360 make us discover Larmor (France) with Autopano Pro Photographer specialized in panoramas and virtual tours, he is working with web designers by providing them content destined to the web. He is using APG and PTP for his stitchings and virtual tours.
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Interview : From Paris to Atlanta, passing by Madrid, panoramas on the theme of the cities with Autopano by Joel Juge


Monday, October 17th, 2011
Interview : From Paris to Atlanta, passing by Madrid, panoramas on the theme of the cities with Autopano by Joël Juge Joël Juge is currently exhibiting ‘Cities…In panoramic’ in Vichy, France. This mathematics teacher is passionate by panoramic photography and he shares with us his universe and his love for the cities. He uses Autpano for his stitchings and transforms few ones into ‘little planets’.

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Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga 2.6 beta 4


Thursday, October 13th, 2011
Kolor releases today version 2.6 beta 4 of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga image-stitching software. This new beta includes many enhancements, including a preview of the exposure-fusion blending and huge improvements in the stitching quality. See the change log below.

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Palmela 2011 best picks: how to stitch aerial photos with Autopano Giga


Friday, June 10th, 2011
On the booth of Kolor at Palmela 2011 festival, the conference attendees could see how to stitch images that were not shot from a single point of view. This is possible using the new Multiple Viewpoints feature of Kolor Autopano Giga software. On the contrary of the standard image-stitching techniques which require the photos to be shot from a single viewpoint to respect the lens’ nodal point, this new technique allows the nodal point to be different from an image to another. This is particularly useful for aerial imagery and any kind of parallel shooting.

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