Panorado 4.0

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Comfortable image viewer supporting panoramic pictures and HDR pictures. Instant 360-degree viewing. Navigation bar, organizer, thumbnails, full screen, slide shows, printing, picture disk creation. 14 file formats+QTVR+RAW+HDR. EXIF/IPTC support.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Karl Maloszek
Price:
$35
File size:
2.65 Mb
Date added:
November 23, 2005
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Description from the Publisher
The Panorado 4.0 image viewer/browser offers a comfortable, innovative mouse-oriented interface for panning and zooming. This makes it particularly suitable for viewing panoramic pictures, pictures exceeding the screen size, and HDR (High Dynamic Range) images. As a Windows application, it supports 360-degree viewing in flat and spherical projection mode, an Explorer-style navigation bar, thumbnail viewing, full screen mode, slide shows, printing, an Organizer tool, and tools for creating panoramic transformations and burning picture disks. Full Drag-and-Drop support for file management. File formats: JPEG, GIF, BMP, WMF, EMF, ICO, CUR, TGA, PCX, PNG, TIFF, JPEG 2000, PNM, RAS - plus Quicktime panoramas (cylindrical or cubic) plus RAW plus RadianceHDR and OpenEXR. Panorado makes extensive use of camera data and text information (in EXIF & IPTC format) for viewing, editing, and retrieving images. Access to the Google Earth client software by GPS coordinates. No HTML, Java, or Quicktime required. * See your panoramic pictures immediately. No HTML framework required - just ordinary image files (like JPEG)! * Move back and forth, up and down, turn around and look at details! * Get your digital photos organized! * Click a button and let Google Earth fly you to the image location! * Create a picture CD/DVD with a self-running slide show!
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