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07/23/2020 08:28:04 PM · #1
No question, it is good and really identifies the pano even in a night photograph that photoshop couldn't identify. But it is expensive $297 :(

Any other alternative of PtGUI?
07/23/2020 08:49:25 PM · #2
There are a ton of options... none of which I've tried in quite a few years. Bottom line, everything else I tried was not as good as PTGUI. Depending on your needs you may not need the "Pro" license in which case you could get away with $149. The reasons I use PTGUI:
1.) It's accurate as hell.
2.) It's faster than hell.
3.) It's intuitive, yet powerful as hell.

I'm sure others will chime in with options. There are plenty.
07/23/2020 09:15:22 PM · #3
Thank you boss :)

I just tried this and it did the same processing as PTGUi and also a free version but if I go 100% scale of the image it is really slow but if I keep it say 6000x3000 resolution output image then it is much faster.

I am playing around to see what all it does. Yes with PTGui there are option with control points but with this there is no such thing, it just takes input, process and gives you output.

Originally posted by kirbic:

There are a ton of options... none of which I've tried in quite a few years. Bottom line, everything else I tried was not as good as PTGUI. Depending on your needs you may not need the "Pro" license in which case you could get away with $149. The reasons I use PTGUI:
1.) It's accurate as hell.
2.) It's faster than hell.
3.) It's intuitive, yet powerful as hell.

I'm sure others will chime in with options. There are plenty.
07/23/2020 09:31:28 PM · #4
Originally posted by pgirish007:

Thank you boss :)

I just tried this and it did the same processing as PTGUi and also a free version but if I go 100% scale of the image it is really slow but if I keep it say 6000x3000 resolution output image then it is much faster.

I am playing around to see what all it does. Yes with PTGui there are option with control points but with this there is no such thing, it just takes input, process and gives you output.

Originally posted by kirbic:

There are a ton of options... none of which I've tried in quite a few years. Bottom line, everything else I tried was not as good as PTGUI. Depending on your needs you may not need the "Pro" license in which case you could get away with $149. The reasons I use PTGUI:
1.) It's accurate as hell.
2.) It's faster than hell.
3.) It's intuitive, yet powerful as hell.

I'm sure others will chime in with options. There are plenty.


I tried your link, and it came up as an unsafe link :(
07/23/2020 11:00:58 PM · #5
Ohh that is because of the HTTPS certificate error and google chrome complains that the certificate is either expired or incorrectly formatted.

try this to see if it works

Originally posted by vawendy:

Originally posted by pgirish007:

Thank you boss :)

I just tried this and it did the same processing as PTGUi and also a free version but if I go 100% scale of the image it is really slow but if I keep it say 6000x3000 resolution output image then it is much faster.

I am playing around to see what all it does. Yes with PTGui there are option with control points but with this there is no such thing, it just takes input, process and gives you output.

Originally posted by kirbic:

There are a ton of options... none of which I've tried in quite a few years. Bottom line, everything else I tried was not as good as PTGUI. Depending on your needs you may not need the "Pro" license in which case you could get away with $149. The reasons I use PTGUI:
1.) It's accurate as hell.
2.) It's faster than hell.
3.) It's intuitive, yet powerful as hell.

I'm sure others will chime in with options. There are plenty.


I tried your link, and it came up as an unsafe link :(
07/24/2020 07:33:59 AM · #6
Found another alternative to the PTGui and it looks promising and yes cost it $15 only compare to $150 of PTGui. Check it out and yes only available for Mac.
07/24/2020 07:52:20 AM · #7
Originally posted by pgirish007:

Found another alternative to the PTGui and it looks promising and yes cost it $15 only compare to $150 of PTGui. Check it out and yes only available for Mac.


That looks usable, as long as you don't need manual control over stitching. Otherwise, there's a lot to like, and it looks like it takes full advantage of the hardware, so should be quick.
07/24/2020 08:19:06 AM · #8
This is the output: :)

' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/60000-64999/60581/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1252425.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/60000-64999/60581/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1252425.jpg', '/') + 1) . '

Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by pgirish007:

Found another alternative to the PTGui and it looks promising and yes cost it $15 only compare to $150 of PTGui. Check it out and yes only available for Mac.


That looks usable, as long as you don't need manual control over stitching. Otherwise, there's a lot to like, and it looks like it takes full advantage of the hardware, so should be quick.
07/24/2020 08:56:11 AM · #9
Originally posted by pgirish007:

Ohh that is because of the HTTPS certificate error and google chrome complains that the certificate is either expired or incorrectly formatted.

try this to see if it works

I use AutoStitch all the time. Canon also has a utility called StitchAssist which came with my camera.
07/26/2020 07:19:58 PM · #10
Have you tried Hugin?
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