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App Review: AutoStitch by CloudBurst Research

by Rob   on June 16, 2009
Filed under Daily App Reviews, Photography, Utility

Being the photography buff that I am, and having used the excellent windows version of AutoStitch in the past, I couldn’t pass up the chance to try out the iPhone version.

Using AutoStitch for iPhone is incredibly easy.  The process is simple: use the regular iPhone camera app to take a series of pictures with your iPhone.  Be sure that the pictures overlap by about 25-30%.  Once you have a few overlapping pictures, launch AutoStitch on your iPhone.  Now that you have autostitch running, use the app to select images recently taken for your panorama.  As you tap each image the app will load them into a seperate view along the bottom.  Once you have the images selected, touch “Stitch” to put them all together. A few minutes later and you should have your panorama rendered on your phone.  Click Save and you’re done!

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One drawback to any panorama program, regardless of what stitching program you use, is that resulting panoramas are always oddly shaped.  This is completely normal and is a result of the lens of the camera.  It’s OK, once you have your panorama saved from AutoStitch you can use Cropulator or Photogene to re-crop the resulting image into a nice rectangle.

I’ve only used AutoStitch for the iPhone a couple of times, but so far it works well.  If you’re looking for a panorama app for iPhone then AutoStitch is the best game in town.

AutoStitch is $1.99 in the iTunes App Store.

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