PanoramaStudio Pro creates single-row and multi-row panoramas of up to full spherical 360×180 degree panoramas. It is the complete solution for the creation of panoramic images.
Besides the easy and established creation of panoramas, PanoramaStudio Pro offers now also the option to stitch arbitrary arranged images to panoramas. This option allows huge panoramas, even beyond the gigapixel limit.
- An easy user interface, large workspace with a 2D and 3D preview
- Automatic alignment of single- and multi-row panoramas of up to full spherical 360×180 degree panoramas
- Seamless blending into a panoramic image
- Manual postprocessing of all steps possible
- Automatic exposure correction
- Interactive panoramas can be connected to virtual tours using hotspots
- Filters for additional image editing
- Export your panoramas in various image formats, as screensavers and as interactive Java or Flash panoramas for websites
- Print panoramas in poster size on multiple pages
- Save panoramas as the multi-layered image for professional post-processing
PanoramaStudio Pro Features:
- Stitches a row of images seamlessly into a wide-angle or 360-degree panorama
- Stitches images from every conventional camera
- Supports the creation of full spherical 360×180 degree (equirectangular) panoramas
- Stitches arbitrary multi-row arrangements of images
- Supports ultra-wide-angle lenses and fisheye lenses
- Automatic alignment and blending of the images
- Full 16-bit workflow for 16-bit images
- Detects already more than 2680 digital cameras by their EXIF data (in JPG, TIFF WEBP, PSD and RAW files)
- Automatic lens distortion and vignetting correction
- Automatic white balance
- Manual post-processing options for all steps of the panorama creation
- Automatic exposure adjustment of the input images
- Automatic exposure correction of the overall panorama
- The Image Manager allows subsequent replacing and selective editing of input images, even after the image stitching
- The workspace offers a 2D and a 3D view in the edit modes
- Control point editor
- ‘Align to Grid’ assistant to presort large numbers of input images (Gigapixel panoramas)
- Mask editor
- Geotagging function
- Export of arbitrary-sized interactive 3D panoramas and zoom images as HTML5
- Displays interactive HTML5 panoramas on VR devices with WebXR
- Export of panoramas as screensaver or self-running program
- Writes the most common image formats (JPG, TIFF, BigTIFF, PSD, PSB, BMP, PNG, …)
- Imports the image formats JPG, TIFF, BigTIFF, PSD, BMP, PNG, WEBP,…
- Import existing panoramic images for further processing
- Imports more than 1180 RAW formats including DNG, CRW, NEF, CR2, CR3, RAW, MRW, DCR, ORF, ARW, PEF, …
- Poster printing function
- Supports cylindrical, spherical, perspective (planar), and stereographic projection of panoramic images
- Hotspot editing for interactive 3D panoramas allows the creation of virtual tours
- Filters for post-processing image colours and sharpness of the created panoramic image
- Colour management: Supports ICC colour profiles, applies colour correction on display and printer output
- Adobe Lightroom plugin to export images directly to PanoramaStudio
Changes in PanoramaStudio 3.5 Pro:
- Significantly improved performance when importing the individual images – typically 2x to 4x faster than before.
- Memory requirement is reduced by 50% when importing large panoramic images. This allows significantly larger images to be loaded and processed with better performance.
- Import of images in WebP format.
- WebP support also when inserting graphics and for use as hotspots in interactive HTML5 panoramas.
- Improved “Create Projection” with additional interpolation options and a larger coverage area in stereographic panoramas (Little Planets).
- The PanoramaStudio Viewer for interactive HTML5 panoramas has been adapted to the latest browsers.
- Use of WebXR for VR display of interactive panoramas, so that WebXR is now used on suitable VR devices and otherwise WebVR or split-screen emulation in older browsers.
- The updated Raw import now supports more than 1130 cameras, including Canon’s CR3 format.
- Around 90 new cameras were added to the camera database which contains now more than 2620 cameras.
- numerous small improvements in the editing modes, for example in “Insert Graphic”, “Render” and “Hotspots”.
- … further corrections and optimizations.