Logiciel de panoramas : Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga 3.5 bêta 2

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Voici une seconde bêta publique des logiciels de panoramas Autopano Pro et Autopano Giga 3.5, qui se focalise d’abord sur la qualité de l’assemblage.

Notre but principal est de permettre à Autopano de mieux fonctionner automatiquement, sur plus de cas qu’auparavant.


Télécharger Autopano Pro / Giga 3.5 bêta 2


Si vous êtes un utilisateur de la version 3.x, vous pouvez utiliser votre code d’enregistrement dans Autopano Pro/Giga 3.5 pour débloquer la version de démonstration. En accord avec la politique de mise à jour Kolor, la mise à jour vers la version 3.5 sera gratuite pour tous les utilisateurs de la version 3.0.x.

Si vous utilisez Livepano dans Panotour Pro 2, vous devez continuer à utiliser la version 3.0.x d’Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga.  Vous pouvez cependant essayer la version 3.5 puisqu’elle s’installe à côté de la version 3.0.x.

Aperçu vidéo : Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga 3.5


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Commentaires et journal des modifications (en anglais)

Main changes

This is the second beta release of the new 3.5 Autopano Engine. The focus is on stability everywhere and several fixes have already been integrated into this new version.


  • The main issue solved is the crash when having quick preview activated while refreshing the window, for example when working together with AVP.
  • The new rendering mode, ISO cutting, wasn’t available when doing any fusion work. Now, it works and it allows you to have a good visual feedback when doing antighost even with a lot of parallax on HDR cases.
  • As we changed the file format, when opening an old .pano file, it is automatically converted, but the user wasn’t informed of that conversion. The dirty flag reflects this conversion now.
  • On Windows 8.1, there can be some harmless issues when installing the software. It doesn’t prevent you at all from using it, but it can be annoying during installation. The documentation reflects this issue.


We are still investigating how to improve the support of Gigapan, Papywizard and VRDrive2 plugins. With the new optimizer, we can do better and this work is being done right now. Expect it to be in the next beta.

We still hope that the global stability is satisfying which should lead to a short beta stage. According to the number of crash reports we got, it really seems to be the case.

Fixes since 3.5.0 beta1:

- 0003182: [Crash Dump] crash in rendering lock kic
- 0003196: [Import plugins] New engine and papywizard import
- 0002822: [Doc] Installer error on win 8.1 (shell integration)
- 0003172: [Neurone ( optimisation )] Progress bar can exceed 100% during optimization
- 0003185: [Neurone ( optimisation )] Completely disabling focal estimation with standard lenses
- 0003186: [UI behavior] dirty flags with old file format
- 0003192: [Crash Dump] crash on reload with quick preview activated
- 0003195: [Cortex ( rendu )] ISO cutting and fusion
- 0003197: [Crash Dump] crash on empty quick preview

  • Hervé S. | fév 15, 2014 at 10 h 12 min

    I’m quite impressed.
    Having no particular test images to compare v. 3.5 to v3, I just tried two neigboring photos of the same group of people that were taken without any intention of stitching with *completely* different zoom factors.
    Indeed APP3 declared nothing was feasible —and then APP3.5 just stitched them, resulting in a funny but perfectly coherent assembly (a small zoomed photo on one side, the much larger second one on the other).
    And this of course with all shadow cleaned, while the only common part between the two pics was a single person that completely changed attitude between images.
    I don’t specially wish to publish the imagew worldwide (it’s a PhD thesis review) but anyone interested can react, I’ll send the url…

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