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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Introduction

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  • Bob Feaver
    OK, I m downloading Hugins right now. Strange, I looked at this page this morning and didn t spot that it would do the job for me at the right price. I ll give
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 30, 2007
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      OK, I'm downloading Hugins right now. Strange, I looked
      at this page this morning and didn't spot that it would do the
      job for me at the right price. I'll give it a shot, soon and let
      you know.

      Blue side up,
      Bob


      On 30-Jan-07, at 10:29 PM, listmail@... wrote:

      > On Jan 30, 2007, at 7:42 PM, Bob Feaver wrote:
      >
      > > Hi All,
      > >
      > > I'm your newest member, Bob, from Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.
      >
      > And a warm welcome from a little town called Toronto, Ontario,
      > Canada! ;-)
      >
      > You'll find a planet full of receptive and helpful folks around here.
      >
      > > Maybe I could start by asking what the best value software would
      > > be? I used
      > > QuicktimeVR 2 for the images I made but this freebie seems to have
      > > disappeared from the net. I have an iMac G5 now.
      >
      > For stitching images together to make panoramas or QTVRs, your best
      > value (and overall choice, IMHO) is PTGui for OS X:
      > http://www.ptgui.com/
      >
      > About $100 CDN - Very fast, accurate, and nearly automatic. Much of
      > the "guesswork" of a few years ago is gone thanks to technical
      > advances.
      >
      > Then, when you want to make QTVR files out of the stitched panos and
      > optimize them and show them off to us here, go for CubicConverter:
      > http://www.clickheredesign.com.au/cubicconverter/
      >
      > About $60 CDN - easy to use, and is simply the Mac standard for QTVR
      > creation. You feed it your panoramic images from PTGui and you can
      > make a high quality QTVR like folks here are showing off.
      >
      > If you would prefer to go "free" as in "free beer" then there is
      > Hugin for stitching, which is open source and developing very nicely:
      > http://hugin.sourceforge.net/
      >
      > Let us know when we can see your latest winter panos!
      >
      > -Mark
      >
      >



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