Common image-stitching features of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga


Detection of about 400 image formats
Support of RAWs of most manufacturers
Support of 16-bit images
Panotools projects import
Unlimited input resolution
Fisheye lenses support
Support of Gigapan and Merlin panoramic heads + all Papywizard-compatible heads


Automatic detection of images belonging to a panorama in a photo stock
Ruggedized detection: images can be shot in one row, several rows, skewed, vertical, horizontal, sloping, macros, with telephoto lens, hand-held
Multi-focal detection: images of different focal lengths can be stitched in the same panorama
Multi-core support during detection stage
Bracketed images organized in stacks

Panorama editing

Real-time preview of changes in the panorama editor
Exclusive algorithm for automatic color and exposure correction
Automatic or manual adjustment of color blending
Automatic or manual adjustment of color levels
Automatic rendering
Smartblend ghost remover to remove moving objects from the panorama
Multi-core support during the editing stage
GPU processing to enhance program speed
Vertical lines tool to straighten a panorama
Control point editor for manual stitching and manual corrections
Automatic or manual cropping of panoramas to an optimum size
Automatic or manual choice of the best projection mode: planar, cylinder, spherical, Mercator
Group images per groups depending on their aperture, speed, ISO or focal
Standard HDR support


JPG, PSD/PSB, PNG, TIFF, HDR, EXR, Kolor Raw output
PSD, PSB and TIFF outputs can include layers for direct use in Adobe Photoshop
Batch rendering
Unlimited output resolution, creation of gigapixel panoramas
Choice between 7 interpolators and 3 blending options


9 languages included: Chinese, English, French, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Finnish
Windows, Mac and Linux compatible
32 and 64-bit versions
Integration in Windows Explorer
Drag-and-drop interface

More info

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