Download Hugin – Panorama Stitcher 2018.0.0 x64 Multilingual
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Hugin – Panorama Stitcher is a software application built specifically for helping you create a panorama image by stitching several pictures. Although it comes bundled with many dedicated parameters, it sports a clean and straightforward layout that allows you to create panoramas in several steps. The program works with the following file formats: PNG, JPEG, TIFF, HDR, and EXR, and lets you pick the lens type and set up the dedicated parameters related to the horizontal field of view (HFOV). Images can be uploaded into the working environment using the browse function or “drag and drop” operations. The built-in panorama editor bundles several tools, which help you apply masks, insert control points, crop photos, and pick the projection mode (e.g. Cylindrical, Fisheye, Orthographic, Rectilinear). Hugin – Panorama Stitcher gives you the possibility to align images for optimizing their position, preview the panorama, change the background color, choose the viewing mode (centre, fit, or straighten), as well as apply auto-cropping operations. The utility offers support for batch processing, which means you can stitch multiple projects, and allows you to install plugins for enhancing the functionality of the application. During our testing we have noticed that the program provides very good image quality, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. However, it eats up CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer may be affected. To sum it up, Hugin – Panorama Stitcher comes packed with a handy set of parameters but the layout is not quite intuitive, so rookies may spend some time trying to configure the dedicated parameters.
Whats new in version 2018.0.0
Several improvements for optimizer tabs: Mark deselected images Allow changing optimizer variables for all selected images at once Option to ignore line cp hugin_stacker: New tool to stack overlapping images with several averaging modes (e.g. mean, median). Hugin: Added option to disable auto-rotation of images in control point and mask editor. Nona, verdandi and hugin_stacker can now write BigTIFF images (for files >4 GB). The output of BigTIFF has to manually activated on the command line. It is not set automatically. (For a complete panorama in BigTIFF you will probably also need enblend/enfuse repository. The last released version of enblend does not yet support writing BigTIFF files.) Added expression parser to GUI: This allows to manipulate several image variables at once. (This is the same as running pto_var –set the command line.) This can be used e.g. to prealign the images in a given setup and then run cpfind –prealigned to search control points only in overlapping images. Add user-defined assistant and expose it in the GUI. It allows to set up different assistant strategies without the need to recompiling. Provide also some examples (scanned images, multi-row panoramas with orphaned images, single-shot panorama cameras).
Known issues: Hugin does not run native on Wayland because of a bug in the underlying wxWidgets library. The source code contains a workaround which forces the usage of the XWayland emulation layer. This workaround has be activated during compiling by adding -DUSE_GDKBACKEND_X11=on to the CMake command line.
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 (64-bit)
Hugin has been localised with Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, Dutch, Danish, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish and Ukranian translations. —
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