Helps you create professional-looking panoramas
From Hugin’s main window you can take advantage of the built-in assistant to quickly and easily load the source images, select the appropriate lens type, provide the horizontal filed of view or the focal length and crop factor for your pictures.
From Hugin’s Assistant tab you also have the option to manually align the loaded pictures via the built-in Panorama Editor. Thus, you can provide control points, create masks, crop the source images and change the projection type along with the field of view settings, canvas size, crop values and output settings.
Preview all your changes in real time
By accessing the Preview tab, you can have an overview of the generated panorama, hide or display certain images, change the blend mode, zoom in or out and change the background color. Thanks to the Layout tab, you can change the order of the photos, check the alignment quality and view all control points.
The Projection tab helps you change the size of the filed of view, and experiment with different view settings until the desired result is achieved. On top of that, you can overlap different guides such as “Rule of thirds”, “Golden ratio”, or “Golden triangle” in order to help you compose your image.
Batch process multiple projects and fine tune your panoramas
For additional control over the position of the used pictures, you can access the Move/Drag tab and manually reposition, fit, center and straighten your pictures. Hugin also feature an Autocrop feature that helps you crop the generated panorama to user-definable sizes.
Moreover, Hugin’s batch processing capabilities allow you to work with multiple panoramas at the same time and render your projects when your work is completed.
Reviewed by George Popescu on June 30th, 2014
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- Changes since 2014.0.0 RC4:
- Updated Danish translation (Thomas Pryds)
- icpfind - Fixes parsing of command line parameters 
- OSX changes to xcode4 project and redefinition of an include in treelistctr
Application descriptionHugin is a powerful utility that can be used to assemble a mosaic of photographs into a complete immersive panorama, s...