New lesson: using and creating LDR and HDR images in Autopano


Friday, September 30th, 2011
New lesson: stitching fisheye photos with Autopano This new tutorial lets you understand, use and create LDR and HDR images with Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga image-stitching software.

The lesson presents all the cases you can encounter depending if you have LDR or HDR images in input and what you need in output.

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New lesson: stitching fisheye photos with Autopano


Friday, August 19th, 2011
New lesson: stitching fisheye photos with Autopano This new tutorial lets you understand how to perfectly stitch fisheye images with Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga image-stitching software.

The lesson presents the 3 types of fisheye lenses and illustrates with 3 examples this stitching feature of Autopano.

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Fun with Autopano: stitching panoramas from video frames


Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
football-panorama-zidane Learn how to create panoramas by stitching video frames with Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga: an amazing way to create panoramas from old movies or sports video shots, for instance.

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New lesson: understanding and using the new Anti-Ghost in Autopano


Friday, June 24th, 2011
Didacticiel Autopano This new tutorial lets you understand and use the new Anti-Ghost feature introduced in image-stitching software Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga 2.5 that replaced the old Smartblend algorithm of the previous versions.

Tutorial: Using the Anti-Ghost of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga 2.5+

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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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