Panorama software

  woody 12:06 26 Oct 2003
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Some time ago (5yrs?) i used a program which allowed for stitching semi manually.
You had two pics on the screen and clicked a pixel on the left pic - dragged a line/stitch to the corresponding pixel on the right hand pic - then repeated on a different part of the pics.

You then ,effectively,told the software - i have given you some clues do the rest in auto.

The software i have found recently do not allow this sort of help.

Does anyone know of this old program or a newer one that allows this manual help?

  pj123 12:13 26 Oct 2003

The one I use which allows manual adjustments is Ulead Cool 360.

  woody 12:34 26 Oct 2003

I do have "Ulead Cool 360 " and find if the pics are good (just need butting up)it will do a good job but manual control is very small .
Unless i have missed something.

  pj123 13:27 26 Oct 2003

Maybe I have got it wrong but I find that 99 times out of 100 it picks up the stitching perfectly first time. If it does need adjusting I just click on the picture and move it.

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