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  • Windows 10/64 bits : no problem installing and did not crash on my configuration (version 2018.0.0.5abfb4de7961 built by Thomas / W10 Enterprise v1703/15063.877, 12GB, i5-6300HQ). Very easy to use. Did not produce a result very satisfying WITH THE SAMPLE PHOTOS I HAD TO MY DISPOSAL, which where not really taken to create a panorama. So I guess it's my fault. Easy to install, easy to run, easy to create a resulting image and good step by step explanations (I am totally a dumb regarding to create panorama images and even taking good regular pictures, that's why I need a program that "thinks" for me). Worth give it a deeper try for what I need to do now : creating landscape panoramas. I'll try to come back in a few to complete my review.

  • Installs, but crashes on startup with 2016, 2017, and 2018 versions on Windows 10

  • Very useful application when you want to assemble the panorama from photos taken from very different cameras.

  • It's very useful for me to learn.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • One of the must have tools for the photographer - so many features and options plus so many capabilities. My personal must have list: GIMP, Hugin, ImageMagick & ExifTools.

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Great ! I've waiting for this new version ! Incredible fast compared to 2014 version. I've loaded 12 photos and it create a fantastic, perfect panorama in tiff. I've used the "automated" mode using cylindric option (normally I shot in portrait mode 1/3 overlapping area) on El Capitan 10.1...6 with iMac Mid 2010 with Crucial SSD addend and 16gb ram. Thank you for the porting !!!

  • Mac version not working on El Capitan 10.11.4

  • I am using this wonderful software for a few years now, making panoramas for renting apartments, and I am impressed from the results. However, it is really difficult to fine-tune the output in some strange situations, like when you have one off-center picture. The learning curve gets easier if one starts with partial panoramas of only a few pictures, before trying the creation of full sphere panoramas. I have tested other commercial panorama creation tools and I can say that Hugin is better, except the user interface, which needs refinement and a single window.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • great work

  • A great App,and well done src coding, just compiled the latest src with gcc/mingw/msys, both as 32 and 64 bit on win and 64 on Mac. Using the most recent openEXR, vigra, some components from imagemagic, and openblas, with all c++ optimized -Ofast, with stunning results, up to five time faster during some runs. With only some minor coding issues as MSVC not can optimize whole codesets, seemingly only obj by obj, hence letting through a lot of crap. Had to comment out debug message strings as they where undef'd and redef'd, and some small issues with the cmakescripts on win aligned up to gcc 3 standards, while being unable to detect C++ features beyond CXX11. And had to apply -std=gnu++11 -DHAVE_CXX11 -D_WINDOWS manually with the mingw cmake compiles, and only mingw-make worked.

  • Thanks for all!

  • great

  • I just downloaded and installed hugin on win64 and crashed right away after loading 4 images. Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: hugin.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 548e029b Fault Module Name: ig4dev64.dll Fault Module Version: Fault Module Timestamp: 4aba7141 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 00000000000c27b3 OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 1033 Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: hugin.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 548e029b Fault Module Name: StackHash_d3f2 Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.18247 Fault Module Timestamp: 521eaf24 Exception Code: c0000374 Exception Offset: 00000000000c4102 OS Version: 6.1.7601.

  • Great tool! First time using any panoramic stitching tool and had great results (even with honorably sub-optimal photographs)! I hope my donation to support this project helps in some some small way to keep this going!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Have been using Hugin to stitch astronomy photos together for several years. I was having trouble with it this week and realized I hadn't updated it since 2011! Why mess with something that works? Well, I installed the new version and it turned several hours' difficult, mediocre work into a wonderful finished product in about 10 minutes. Very impressed with this software and its community.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • This is the best program I have ever used for panoramas. One thing in the Mac version, both 2013 and 2014, is that the BTblender is so spelled in HuginTools, but PTBlender in . This prevents to work on a case-sensitive drive.

  • Best libre software panorama/photo reprojection project out there!

  • The perfect tool for stitching pictures and creating panoramas. Thank you!

  • My panoramas are usually quite simple, Hugin does a superlative job - thanks everyone.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • I have stitched over 1,000 sphericals with Hugin despite also having a commercial package. Up to the 2012 version Hugin was just the easier and more user friendly version compared to other packages. Hugin is still my preferred package but I cannot recommend the 2013 version because the user interface is no longer as intuitive as it was and the introduction of pop-up windows or dialogue boxes to change parameters just adds so many more mouse clicks to the process.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • It worked very well for me. Lots of options, but you don't have to mess with them. It could be dumbed down (please don't), but it does what it does extremely well, at least with the photos I gave it.

  • Hugin 2013.0.0 is dreadful! It won't load images until you specify stuff like lens type, focal length, focal length multiplier, etc. and it won't progress from there. With my crude cameras I have no idea what that information might be. My PC is Windows 7 64 bit and runs Hugin 2010 beautifully, it works like a dream and asks none of that technical information. Ask around for a copy of Hugin 2010 and you'll be in business, it's great!

  • Very helpfull. Does a perfect job.

  • Help/Question: The Hugin page says 32 and 64 bit binaries are available for download for v. 2013, but the only download I see is the 64 bit version. When downloaded and installed on my 32 bit MS XP Pro (up to date), it won't run. The 2012 version ran just fine. ??? Is there a separate 32 bit version of 2013, or did I miss something?

  • Been stitching for about 10 years. By far the worst usability I've encountered. I'm a software product manager and will use Hugin as an example of "geeks gone wild" in the future. Took several very simple shots and it seems to have completely confused Hugin. Major disappointment.

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