Autopano Pro
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Create panoramas with only one button.   Demo ($136.90)
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Autopano Pro is the most spectacular breakthrough in automated picture stitching in recent years.

First software to automatically detect pictures belonging to a panorama, First software to perform HDR stitching, First software to really correct color and exposure variations between source images.

But that's not all! Autopano Pro is incredibly fast. It will take your workflow and productivity to new heights. Autopano Pro is extremely efficient, even in the most difficult cases. And you can at anytime take
What's New
Version 3.5 (351):

Bug fixes:

  • 0003344: [Crash Dump] lock on empty kic on remap
  • 0003408: [Shell Integration] Bridge plugin doesn't find the application
  • 0003416: [Cortex ( rendu )] fisheye circle not well cropped in rendering
  • 0003414: [Unclassified] CPU properties check
  • 0003398: [Shell Integration] Linux DEB Installation broken
  • 0003410: [Neurone ( optimisation )] Optimization groups reset by the grid optimization step
  • 0003225: [Crash Dump] crash in UnknownsGroups::transfer_all_scope_to_p()

Version 3.5 (351):

Bug fixes:

  • 0003344: [Crash Dump] lock on empty kic on remap
  • 0003408: [Shell Integration] Bridge plugin doesn't find the application
  • 0003416: [Cortex ( rendu )] fisheye circle not well cropped in rendering
  • 0003414: [Unclassified] CPU properties check
  • 0003398: [Shell Integration] Linux DEB Installation more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7.5 or later



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Autopano Pro User Discussion (Write a Review)
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burypromote

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Hervé 5 reviewed on 09 Feb 2014
Incredibly efficient while still simple to use.
Indeed, some months ago I spent quite a time trying everything around, but within a lower price range: I converged to PanoEdit and bought it in spite of its lock to apple store.
Then, I pushed it with less-than-perfect series of photos (among which various taken handheld, with different focals…) and of course it failed, also creating ghosts in difficult cases (say, a beach, waves not being at the same places between two shots).

Then I gave AutoPano a try, on the demo version.
Everything worked perfectly, including in these old cases where you won't ever go back to that location and hadn't the tripod and failed it all.

Autopano is a lifesaver, and I must say some of its extra features ("little planet" views…) are very worth too.

So yes it's costly, and indeed in the beginning I myself thought with so many contenders five times cheaper there was just no reason even to try it.
Well. Try it by yourself, you'll see. To me, a lifesaver. And fun to use with that.
[Version 3.5]


burypromote
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Bigboysdad reviewed on 13 Jan 2013
One of the greatest most slept on apps out there.

One of the greatest because this developer produces hands down the best professional yet uncomplicated panoramic software there is on any platform.

One of the most slept on because version 3 has been out for some time now, yet even Macupdate doesn’t seem to be anywhere being aware of this. It really bemuses me how most people don’t even know this software exists.

Honestly, if you have any interest in developing pictures, you’re missing out by not having this and I say this as someone who has version 2 and is eagerly downloading version 3 from the developer’s website.
[Version 2.6.4]


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+29

M-Rick reviewed on 01 May 2011
Probably the best professional panorama maker. And an affordable price who needs to do this kind of work.

Easy to use and powerful.
[Version 2.5.2]

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burypromote
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Hanspoot replied on 22 Feb 2012
Kolor needs some more support here, therefor this comment. It is not a steep price after you were willing to spend +- €1.000,- on a good panorama-head. AutoPano is for a niche market and simply the best. I'd go so far to rate version 2.7 even 5 stars and it's not even issued yet! That's how good it is... (and no, I'm not a shareholder)
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Bigboysdad reviewed on 19 Feb 2011
If you're looking for the best most powerful stitching software on any platform, this is it.

The reason for this post in addition to the one below is that the software has been updated to version 2.5 - see developer's website - which improves it in every respect. In fact, it is excellent, not only with the stitching but with the multitude of options post processing on the completed image. Very very impressed.
[Version 2.0.5]


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Bigboysdad reviewed on 26 Jan 2011
This isn't some shiny looking app that looks in place on the iPad. It does however, do what it's supposed to do and that'll do me. And it does it very well, simply, efficiently and better than the cheaper alternatives. It didn't freeze my 4 year old MBP in the process and the stitching and output generally has been perfect. It IS expensive and whether you decide to pay for it depends on the extent to which you're really going to do panoramic pictures. In any event, be assured, this software does work.
[Version 2.0.5]


burypromote
-5

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Me2 commented on 19 Sep 2009
Comment only. Haven't tried it out but would love too.
But, $145???? Has anyone noticed the American economy lately
doesn't cater to that? Or, did I miss something.
I really would like to use it... sorry!
[Version 2.0.4]

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burypromote

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Hct replied on 13 Dec 2009
I just looked, and AutoPano Pro is at vers. 2.0.6 and costs 99$ on their website.
burypromote

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Hct replied on 13 Dec 2009
Sorry, my mistake: it's 99 Euro, it's a french company
burypromote
+1

+41
Adrian replied on 30 Apr 2011
I've been using DoubleTake for a few years now, take a look at it, it's excellent.
burypromote

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isgoed commented on 15 Sep 2008
Might work, but is $145... quite expensive, cannot save in demo
[Version 1.4.2]


burypromote

+44

Patoche reviewed on 02 Aug 2008
Best soft for this work...love it !
I own Stitcher Unlimited and The VR Worx, but they are not as good as Autopano to detect the pictures and stitch them. ( even for pano made handheld)
with the pano made by Autopano, I use The VR worx in the end to make the QTVR, or Stitcher...
But again to stitch there is not easyer and accurate than autopano.
Have a test drive, you will be very very happy.
[Version 1.4.2]


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DRAW commented on 18 Nov 2007
Not compatible with Leopard?!

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)
Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at 0x0000000000000000
Crashed Thread: 0
[Version 1.3]


burypromote

+20

Aikousha reviewed on 22 Aug 2007
Samples show good results, however....
I tossed 4 projects which I am currently working on at it, and the process, in all the different set-ups I gave it, failed miserably. Completely unacceptable results. On top of that, the interface is gawd-awful.

I gave it a 1x2 and 2x2 photographic and a 1x3 and 2x2 multipage scan.
The 2x2 photo of a steppe-villatge was hilarious, as it put 3 of the shots exactly on top of each other and fish-eyed them, and put the lower-right image immediately to the right of the stack. Awful.
The 2x2 multipage scan turned into something resembling a doily (or mirrored cylinder art), arranged 1x4.
And the very simple 2 image photo with 1/3 overlap, it couldn't even put together, just saying it couldn't find a panorama.

This has got a very long way to go for anything I could actually use. In the time it took to fail with the two shot photo, I could have stitched it in photoshop, with only the central distortion requiring a correction.
I could use a tool to do this with my hundreds of multi-page scans that I deal with on many projects, but it actually has to work... And my scans don't have typical lens, focus, and dof distortions... These should be easy to deal with. (And how about a switch turning OFF all features that require JFIF information, as not everybody just plugs their camera in and drops the photos immediately into a stitcher.)

Some people might get results with this, and other reviews seems to support this, but I'm certainly not getting good results, and I believe that allowing the user to pre-set-up relative positions, sizes, and co-incidence points would give the program a better chance to select proper stiitch points.
[Version 1.3]


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Jason.d rated on 16 Jul 2011

[Version 2.5.2]


Downloads:14,035
Version Downloads:480
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Demo
Date:24 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $136.90
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Autopano Pro is the most spectacular breakthrough in automated picture stitching in recent years.

First software to automatically detect pictures belonging to a panorama, First software to perform HDR stitching, First software to really correct color and exposure variations between source images.

But that's not all! Autopano Pro is incredibly fast. It will take your workflow and productivity to new heights. Autopano Pro is extremely efficient, even in the most difficult cases. And you can at anytime take over on all the software automations to achieve perfect results. Put it to the test!


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