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Old Feb 17, 2009, 2:21 AM   #21
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With pleasure! I received the frames Gam3Rakindlye-mailed, and stitched them : )My impression is that Using the perspective option in interactive layoutin the CS4, I attainedan output comparable to theAutoPano Pro, both of which wereslightlybetter than the PTGui, which looked a bit squeezed to me...however it's not my place to post the outputs since I haven't received Gam3Ra's consent yet.

Well...the real surpriseoccuredyesterday whenI wastriyingto stitchfives frames I shot in the habitat park in Izmir into a pano: The AutoPano Pro did a flawless job, andwithout any real effort I had tried the same framesusing the interactive layout in the CS4 though; )








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Old Feb 17, 2009, 5:08 AM   #22
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With pleasure! I received the frames Gam3Rakindlye-mailed, and stitched them : )My impression is that Using the perspective option in interactive layoutin the CS4, I attainedan output comparable to theAutoPano Pro, both of which wereslightlybetter than the PTGui, which looked a bit squeezed to me...however it's not my place to post the outputs since I haven't received Gam3Ra's consent yet.

Well...the real surpriseoccuredyesterday whenI wastriyingto stitchfives frames I shot in the habitat park in Izmir into a pano: The AutoPano Pro did a flawless job, andwithout any real effort I had tried the same framesusing the interactive layout in the CS4 though; )







Very nice my friend i am sure that autopano is great but i think PS does just as good so i would intend to just stick with using PS for me at least
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Old Feb 18, 2009, 1:35 AM   #23
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Very nice my friend i am sure that autopano is great but i think PS does just as good so i would intend to just stick with using PS for me at least
On my part,whatever 'dedicated' softwareI may have forcertain application, for example; Neat Image for noise removal, Photomatix for the HDR and now the Auto Pano Pro for panowork,the PS remains a 'must have', at least, to finish up
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