Suggestions for panorama software on Mac

#1

Didn‘t find any thread on this topic.

What software are you using to stitch your panoramas?

Are you developing the photos in DPL before stitching?

Thanks

(Sigi) #2

Hello Pete,

I still use Autopano for stitching. I created a preset with only optical corrections in DPL which I apply. I do not use noise reduction in DPL but try it for yourself

#3

I use Affinity Photo for panos, stacking, and compositing. It does a very good job, is very feature rich, and cheap. As for processing with DxO before hand all I can say is “it depends”… but with most stacks I usually get better results just using AP.

#4

Thanks for your suggestions.

I own Affinity Photo already and did a few panoramas with it some time ago. Will have a closer look at it again.

Autopano seems to be a dead horse since Kolor stopped marketing it.

Will also try Autostich and Hugin as these have good reviews.

PTGui Pro seems to be king currently but the price is a bit heavy.

That said nowadays I often grab my iPhone X when I think I need a pano. It‘s so easy and the results are stunning even with high dynamic range and moving subjects.

#5

Another AutoStitch user.

On Android I use AutoStitch Panorama Pro from Cloudburst Research.

(Brainois) #6

I am using APG (AutoPanoGiga)

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