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Create beautiful panoramas with ease.
Easy to use
Stitcha puts the power of photo stitching at your service, in a small, well-conceived application. No endless configuration, no abstruse settings: drop your photos or your video, wait a few seconds, and you are done.
Stitcha is clever: it accepts pictures and videos (even vertical 1080p ones !), and will extract from them beautiful panoramic views. Why take 4 or 5 photos while you could just take out your iPhone (or really, any phone or camera) and make a 4 sec video that will capture the entire scene.
Whatever language you speak, there is a good chance Stitcha will speak it too. We currently have support for English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Czech and Slovak, and we are planning to add even more in the future.
What's New in Version 1.3.1
- Corrected a bug with some date formats
- Few UI tweaks
Great at stitching images together
The matching algorithm in this app seems surprisingly effective. I spent half an hour in DoubleTake trying to manually stitch the images to little available. However, Sticha was able to automatically compute a match better than anything I had come up with in DoubleTake. I'm still impressed.
The reason I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 is because the UI could use a little improvement. After you drag images onto the app and Sticha computes the panorama, it shows a tiny thumbnail of the panorama, and if you click on it, it just disappears. You need to click the "Save" button and export the image before you can see the result. This is a very minor issue though that I'm sure will be fixed in a future update.
Worked for me
Stitcha successfully stitched three old 1901-dated photos that were taken as a panorama of a shoreline. There was just a little overlap between the three photos, and two other apps (PanoEdit and HP Photosmart Stitch) failed, each telling me that it could not find any overlapping images. So for me the $5 investment in Stitcha was worth it.
Good Resolution. Some Sky Artifacts.
Produces good high resolution images but there are problems with the transitions in the sky leaving dark smears. Worth the price. Panorama360 does a better job with the sky issue but produces lower resolution images. Gets high points for doing the job at a low price.