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PhotoStich


18 Jan 2013 5:27PM
Does anyone know if there is a (Canon) "PhotoStich" type program available for the Mac to make panoramic scenes? Can't seem to find one and certainly iPhoto wont do it.

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Phil_Restan 9 280 9 Scotland
18 Jan 2013 5:35PM
It should be with bundled software according to this
pdcche 4 4 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 5:41PM
There is one, look for Microsoft ICE, and i beleive it is free..
ade123 e2
1 174 1 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 5:54PM
Hi
There are a few apps on the App Store for making panoramas although only 1 gets favourable ratings which is Panoedit & that costs 10.49.You may want to look at Hugin which is free on windows and mac.There are several others including Arcsoft panorama maker but Hugin could be well worth a look.

I hope this is of some help regards Adrian
keithh e2
10 23.2k 33 Wallis And Futuna
18 Jan 2013 7:01PM
What about good old Photoshop elements?
robthecamman 3 1.3k United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 7:06PM
its on your canon disc that came with camera
Nick_w e2
7 3.9k 99 England
18 Jan 2013 7:15PM
Photoshop (not sure how good the elements version is) or PTGui
Blackcrag 1 36 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 7:53PM
I use arcsoft panorama maker 4. which came with my panasonic camera.
You can buy the program seperately.
Works better that Adode`s stitch
keithh e2
10 23.2k 33 Wallis And Futuna
18 Jan 2013 7:54PM
Elements uses the same engine and interface as full fat shop or at least 11 does. Both it and PS are slower and have less control than PTGui.
Nick_w e2
7 3.9k 99 England
18 Jan 2013 8:00PM
When Photoshop works, I find it better, but it too often fails to line the images up (or at least one of them) - particularly iftheres not enough difference between the images (like seascapes). PTgui like you say is more flexible (just watch for blurring at the interfaces) - to get the most from it you need to understand control points.

Somhow I can't see Photoshop managing this
20 Jan 2013 9:18AM
Thank you folks for all the advice. My wife had a good idea, look in the camera box for the original software CD's and of course they were there and on them was the Photostich program. Installed it to my Mac, a visit to Canon site "updated" it and all is well!

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