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Program for 360 panoramic photos


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I'm trying to find a program (better an open source) to create panoramic photos easily without the use of image proccesing software like photoshop.
Looking forward to your help.
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I know on Windows there is a nice freeware pano software called Autostitch, but I have AutoPano Giga for Mac, it's not free but actually uses the same engine as autostitch and yields amazing results.

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I'm trying to find a program (better an open source) to create panoramic photos easily without the use of image proccesing software like photoshop.
Looking forward to your help.

I shoot 360s for my clients and my choice of software is ptgui for stitching, and Pano2VR for 360 movie creation.

ptGui

Photo stitching software 360 degree Panorama image software - PTGui

Pano2vr

Flash Panorama Player and QTVR Converter - Pano2VR - Garden Gnome Software

I'm new to the Mac thing but I downloaded and install both on my mac last night and they appear identical to the windows versions which work wonderfully.

Here are a few samples I've produces for clients:

Craig Lamson Photo 360 VR movies
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I use PTGui to good effect on my iMac
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