PTMac is a simplified front end for creating panoramas using Panorama Tools. The user is taken through the panorama creation process one step at a time hiding the scripting language required by Panorama Tools. While the interface is simplified, the user still has total control over the process giving the most accurate results available. Users can make 360 x 180 degree panoramas, cylindrical and rectilinear panoramas from nearly any lens type including fisheye. Panoramas can be created from single or multiple rows of images. Supported input image formats include TIFF, PICT, JPEG, and PNG. The finished panorama can be saved in any of the input file types plus Quicktime cylindrical and cubic, multi layer Photoshop (one layer per input image) for easy editing in Photoshop and multi-image masked TIFF for editing in MacGimp. Color and brightness differences between the images can be automatically minimized with the check of a box as well as lens distortions common in wide angle lenses. Quicktime cylindrical and cubic panoramas can be made directly in PTMac.
What's new in PTMac
Bugfix: Double clicking on the warped image thumbnail to open the Panorama Editor no longer re-arranges the images.
Bugfix: The "Save" option is enabled after updating the panorama using the numerical transform function and deleting control points via the control points table.