Panoramas are high-resolution photos that are made to capture a very wide angle of view and many details. But because not every device comes with the ability to produce these images, you can improvise and take more pictures, one by one, to join them later.
View and select the images you want to mix
STOIK Panorama is a program that provides a workaround that allows you to merge ordinary photos and get a panoramic effect. To do this, first, of course, take pictures and capture the desired viewing angle, after which the files are opened in the program and let the program do the rest.
Files and folders on the computer are in the main program window, and can also preview thumbnails of documents in them. To add the desired files, you can use the Add button, or just drag and drop on the timeline, where you can also change the order.
Photos Sak in horizontal or vertical panoramic
Once you have added all the images, you can start the sewing process. Depending on your preference and the type of image, the resulting image to a horizontal or vertical orientation. To further adjust the settings, you can choose the focal length, lens distortion for reimbursement and the 360-degree position.
In addition, you can also choose between the plates and multiple scenarios, which allows you to disable the aberration of higher order and select cylindrical or spherical geometrical compensation. Mules altitude, azimuth and slope can be used to correct several errors in the orientation of the resulting image and may also direct the export parameters such as page layout and print culture.
Although panoramas requires some experience to create and customize, STOIK Panorama simplifies the process by automating most of the process. In addition, you are presented with a wide range of options and settings, which can all be manageable as long as you are familiar with the terms.