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Autopano Giga 4.2.1

2015-10-07   Photography

Autopano Giga
Name Autopano Giga 4.2.1
Size 78.99 MB
Created on 2015-09-30 00:21:55
Tracker http://109.235.50.166:2710/announce
Hash 6f36f372432c8ca89938c1214ef79fa05671bf4e
Files Autopano Giga 4.2.1/Autopano Giga 4.2.1.dmg (78.97 MB)
Autopano Giga 4.2.1/KG.zip (14.23 kB)

Descriptions for Description

Version: 4.2.1
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: KG

OS version: OS X 10.9.5
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit 1 Ghz
RAM minimum: 2GB
Video RAM:

September 29th, 2015
Main changes:
• With stacked pictures, it was hard to entirely remove the center of a picture with a red marker in ISO cutting mode. Now, it's possible.

Fixes since 4.2.0:
• 0005141: [Crash Dump] crash in color correction when an image is added or a lens type is changed
• 0005124: [Internal optimization] Central green marker can sometimes make nadir patching impossible.
• 0005134: [Crash Dump] crash when color correction with an empty layer


More info: http://www.kolor.com/image-stitching-software-autopano-giga-interface.html

Autopano Giga — a program for creating panoramic images, which can without exaggeration be considered a grand breakthrough in this field in recent years. The entire process of creating a panorama is fully automated: adjust itself fragments, and the balance to correct the color and brightness, may even find myself suitable for gluing photos in this folder. Supported by a large number of formats (including RAW). Autopano Giga — program that allows you to combine multiple photos with partial overlap to a large panoramic picture.

Unlike many popular programs used to the gluing panoramas are bonding occurs in fully automatic mode using its own algorithms, SIFT and RANSAC, producing an agglutination is much faster and more accurate, complete podderzhkka HDR (High Dynamic Range).

Using the program is very simple — just specify the folder that contains one or more sets of images to combine, and the program will automatically find and combine these images into a panorama.

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