ADG Panorama Tools Pro automatically aligns, stitches images together to form High Quality Panoramas and creates a web page for you. Supports ADG, QTVR, JPEG output formats. Contains Hotspots GUI for Virtual Tour creation. Batch Processing supported.
ADG Panorama Tools 5.3 ADG Panorama Tools combines series of individual photos. Panorama Tools automatically aligns, stitches images together to form High Quality Panoramas and creates a web page for you in seconds. Supports ADG, QTVR, JPEG output formats.
Description: ADG Panorama Tools Pro is a powerful and easy-to-use stitching software for Internet publishing. It can combine a series of photos to easily form a large interactive panoramic composition.
No need to learn digital editing or HTML coding! Just use your digital camera, take several pictures around you, load them to ADG Panorama and let it do the rest. ADG Panorama automatically detects focal length, aligns, and stitches these images together to form the panorama and even creates a web page for you in just seconds.
You can add an unlimited amount of HotSpot-links to each of the panoramic compositions. You can create custom HotSpot images and control its position, size and transparency individually. It is a great feature for panoramic Virtual Tour creation.
You can automate the stitching process by calling ADG Panorama Tools Pro from other applications.
ADG Panorama Tools Pro automatically corrects brightness and contrast on the panoramic image, and automatically blends and corrects colors.
ADG Panorama Tools Pro supports JPEG, TIFF, TARGA, BMP, GIF input image formats and ADG, QTVR, JPEG output formats.
ADG Panorama Tools Pro supports TWAIN-32 import from scanners and digital cameras.
Users can control panorama viewing with the mouse and/or the keyboard.
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