Automatically Stitch Your Photos To Panorama!
There's no need to manually go through messing around moving and aligning images! Now you can use PhotoStitcher to easily stitch images and get perfect panoramic photograph. You just snap some overlapping images and click Stitch button. PhotoStitcher is a fully automatic image stitcher. Capable of stitching full view panoramas without any user input.
Top Reasons to use PhotoStitcher:
*Works with any arrangement of overlapping photos taken from a single location
*Accelerated stitching on multiple CPU cores.
*Automatic cropping to maximum image area.
*Automatic exposure blending.
*Automatically stitch scanned images into a large picture.
*Choice of planar, cylindrical, stereographic, orthographic, Mercator, or spherical projection.
*Simple and intuitive interface. Just select images and click "Stitch"
*Merge multiple microscope images into a single picture
*Automatically Stitch Satellite Google Earth Images
*Easy to get use & started
*Automatic image completion
*State of the art stitching engine.
*Added new "Scan" mode
*Added new auto crop to maximum area feature
*Added new auto complete feature
*Added new projections(Mercator, Transverse Mercator, Panini, Panini Portrait)
*Added new resolution option, to process in lower resolution
*Improved memory usage
*Improved usability and stability
Ratings and Reviews
FINALLY ACHIEVED OVER 95% DOCUMENT SATISFACTION
As has been reviewed, I had poor document results. However, I experimented with straightening all portions perfectly with an image program (in my case Adobe Photo Elements), and it worked very well.
Whether your scan portions are horizontal or vertical, just make sure all portions; either page edges or text lines, are perfectly horizontal, or vertical (depending how you scanned them), and the results are much improved.
If some of my portions portions were way off, I would straighten and pre-crop, to to remove extraneous edges.
I also discovered in a few cases, I was stitching too many portions. After examining the portions, and removing excessively duplicative ones, those stitches worked.
From unsatisfied, I am now happy with the application. Yes, I wish I could just dump all portions in; scanned at any angle, and it would work like magic, but it has limitations.
As for images, I had better success without all that preliminary adjusting. I seems to pick up more reference points to self-straighten and merge with images.
Really couldn’t be easier and Im free of the Adobe stranglehold
I used to be a hard core adobe photoshop fan but my version no longer works in the updated OS versions of Mac. I replaced my favorite features of photoshop with other programs and apps at a quarter of the price of replacing or subscribing to adobe, but I was missing the “photomerge” option in photoshop dearly! This replaced it no problem and it has more options for shape/perspective the photoshop. It runs a little slow while loading the final image from hi-res photos from a Nikon D7200 but it’s kind of expected on my end (camera new, computer old). I’ve also noticed that one of the photo panoramics I worked on came out mismatched in one section. I remedied that by taking out the problem image that happen to be an end image and let the other images process first, then added my problem image on last and that solved the mismatch. If I could post my final product for everyone to see I would it’s that nice!
Great for stitching comics!
I use this program to stitch scans for my comics. With my computer having trouble handling the scans in GIMP plus the difficulty of actually stitching them together myself, this program saves a ton of time and frustration. This purchase was definitely worth it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.