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360360PhotoAutoPano GigPano2VRPTGuiStitching

Best 360° Photo Stitching Application?7137

c2astudio private msg quote post Address this user
I have been using AutoPano Giga which works great 90% of the time and does a horrible job about 10% of the time (for those jobs I switch to PTGui which does a great job for some reason). I'm just poking around and was wondering what the favorites are amongst the 360 crowd.

AutoPano Giga
Pano2VR
PTGui

Which one is your favorite? Any others that are really great/easy to work with for 360x180 images?
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
I did a side by side comparison and I liked PTgui, overall stitching was just a little better with PTgui but overall color balance way better which is what sold me.
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