A&P Anyone know of a decent cheap/free image stitching program?

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  1. Neuman

    Neuman New Member

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    downloaded panaview, which seems to work really well but i don't want to pay the $60 to get full features to it. anyone know of anything on the cheap/free end that works alright?

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    cheers.
     
  2. kristin

    kristin my dog > *

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    What kind of camera do you have?
     
  3. Neuman

    Neuman New Member

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    canon sd 450

    i used the stitch assist for the photo(s) in the OP
     
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    I like PTgui dunno if its free I "borrowed" it from someone :hsugh:
     
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    kristin my dog > *

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    You can use the Canon software then :dunno: It works pretty well
     
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    Photoshop has it built in
     
  7. Neuman

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    lost the cd.. :wtc:
     
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    Neuman New Member

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    not on the cheap/free side though
     
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    kristin my dog > *

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    You can download it from Canon's site :dunno:
     
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    link? i haven't been able to find it.
     
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    kristin my dog > *

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    hugin
     
  13. Neuman

    Neuman New Member

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    continually get this error:

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    maybe it's a vista thing.

    ended up acquiring.. photoshop which i think will work. planning on going back and taking the same photo on a clear evening of the sunset. thinking of getting it printed and framing it as an inexpensive gift for the fam for xmas.

    thanks for the help :wiggle:
     
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    kristin my dog > *

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    :doh: Not a Vista problem. I guess that download was bad.

    Photoshop works as well as the Canon one, just takes a little longer. But good luck.
     
  15. Neuman

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    yea in photoshop it arranges the different photos really well but there's an obvious "line" of where the two photos meet. ended up going through with brush on "clear" mode between the different layers and it turned out pretty well.
     
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    SugarRay81 I got the Unbeatable option

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