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Cheapest (or better yet free) software to make 360* panos

Discussion in 'Editing (Photo and Video)' started by sbarton, Jan 15, 2016.

  1. sbarton

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    Looking for software to create 360* panoramic images that you can also pan and tilt. Using Litchi app to take the photos.
     
  2. BigAl07

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    I'm not sure what happened but I was using DronePan with GREAT results. I haven't used it lately and just looked online and it's only showing for the Inspire1 now and said they are working on Phantom3. It works great I'm really confused now LOL!
     
  3. Meta4

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    Have a look at Microsoft ICE.
     
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    I misread the post. My bad. I thought the OP was looking for software for inflight pan work. Oops.
     
  5. peter west nz

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    For inflight, just set POI , back off 10-20m, set the camera horizontal & let it fly a slow circle. Works best when you are well up. I normally do one whenever I fly at a new site - it's always useful when editing, but at 2k7, stills taken from it are quite useable.
     
  6. sbarton

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    I'm using Litchi to take the pans. Works great. What I need is post processing software to create the 360* pano images that can be moved around and tilted up and down. ICE is pretty close but requires a plugin to be installed. :(
     
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    Have you checked out Microsoft Photosynth?