Kekus Digital | Calico | LensFix CI | PTBatch | PTMac

Kekus Digital | Calico | LensFix CI | PTBatch | PTMac

Calico – Automatic multi-row panorama photo stitcher

Calico is a new automatic multi-row stitcher for the casual photographer. Calico was developed with ease of use in mind. Unlike many other stitching programs, Calico does not limit you to a single row of images or a 3×3 mosaic. With Calico, you can shoot several rows of images or a single row. It’s your choice. Calico requires OS X.4 (Tiger).

LensFix CI – Panotools plug-in for Photoshop 7 on Mac OS X

Plug-ins for Photoshop can simply be described as versitile, accurate and powerful. Now available for OS X, plug-ins can correct for lens distortions, re-map images between many different image projections and much more. Here are some examples of what you can do with these plug-ins: Remap an equirectangular (360 x 180 spherical image) to a 360º fisheye image (an impossible lens to build) Extract a normal (rectilinear) image from the same spherical panorama plug-ins also allow you to correct for barrel and pincushion distortion and vignetting (light fall-off near image edges) for individual images.

PTBatch – Batch processor for PTMac projects and image sets

PTBatch allows batch stitching of panoramas using PTMac project files. Panoramas can be stitched using many options including individual PTMac project files with associated images, using a single PTMac project file to stitch several image sets with the same settings, optimizing then stitching an image set and more. PTBatch saves the professional panorama artist hours of waiting by stitching projects overnight and putting your computer to sleep when done.

PTMac – a Macintosh front end for PanoTools

PTMac – a Macintosh front end for PanoTools. The easiest and most accurate way to create spherical and cubic panoramas. PTMac is an easy to use front end for creating panoramas using the powerful Panorama Tools (PanoTools) package. PTMac takes the user through the panorama creation process one step at a time with a friendly interface. PTMac allows you to: ¿ create panoramas in most of the popular formats including equirectangular, Apple’s cubic QTVR, IVR and more. ¿ create panoramas editable in photo editing programs such as Photoshop and MacGimp. ¿ save custom lens and panorama stitching settings for use on future panoramas. ¿ create cubic Quicktime panoramas for total user immersion.

PTMac – a Macintosh front end for PanoTools

PTMac – a Macintosh front end for PanoTools

PTMac – a Macintosh front end for PanoTools. The easiest and most accurate way to create spherical and cubic panoramas. PTMac is an easy to use front end for creating panoramas using the powerful Panorama Tools (PanoTools) package. PTMac takes the user through the panorama creation process one step at a time with a friendly interface. PTMac allows you to: ¿ create panoramas in most of the popular formats including equirectangular, Apple’s cubic QTVR, IVR and more. ¿ create panoramas editable in photo editing programs such as Photoshop and MacGimp. ¿ save custom lens and panorama stitching settings for use on future panoramas. ¿ create cubic Quicktime panoramas for total user immersion.

PTBatch – Batch processor for PTMac projects and image sets

PTBatch – Batch processor for PTMac projects and image sets

PTBatch allows batch stitching of panoramas using PTMac project files. Panoramas can be stitched using many options including individual PTMac project files with associated images, using a single PTMac project file to stitch several image sets with the same settings, optimizing then stitching an image set and more. PTBatch saves the professional panorama artist hours of waiting by stitching projects overnight and putting your computer to sleep when done.

LensFix CI – Panotools plug-in for Photoshop 7 on Mac OS X

LensFix CI – Panotools plug-in for Photoshop 7 on Mac OS X

Plug-ins for Photoshop can simply be described as versitile, accurate and powerful. Now available for OS X, plug-ins can correct for lens distortions, re-map images between many different image projections and much more. Here are some examples of what you can do with these plug-ins: Remap an equirectangular (360 x 180 spherical image) to a 360º fisheye image (an impossible lens to build) Extract a normal (rectilinear) image from the same spherical panorama plug-ins also allow you to correct for barrel and pincushion distortion and vignetting (light fall-off near image edges) for individual images.