REALVIZ Releases Stitcher 4.0 With QT VR Previewing From Macworld

REALVIZ has released a new version of Stitcher from the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. Stitcher is a utility designed for creating panoramic images. The latest release features interactive QuickTime VR previewing and expanded support for the .psd file format. According to REALVIZ

REALVIZ, a leader in image processing software development, announced today the release of Stitcher 4.0 for Mac OS X.

Acknowledged as "the industry-standard software for creating panoramas" (3D World), REALVIZ Stitcher is a professional-level application, used by thousands of professional photographers, architects, multimedia and 3D artists worldwide, and enables the creation of high-quality panoramas for the Web, film, print, and 3D.

At the show, the REALVIZ team will be demonstrating Stitcher 4.0, as well as the very latest versions of their other award-winning products available on the Macintosh platform, including MatchMover Professional 3.0, ImageModeler 3.5 and ReTimer SD/HD.

REALVIZ Stitcher 4.0 offers a number of powerful feature enhancements, which have been specifically developed to meet the demands of professional photographers, including:

  • The ability to inter-operate smoothly and easily with a wide range of image editing software through the psd file format
  • A iBest Renderingi option enabling users to achieve the best-possible output with the resolution available to them, without fear of impairing the final results
  • Interactive QuickTime VR previewing - to interactively adjust QuickTime default parameters
  • Improved interface and workflow enhancements at each stage of the creative process, ensuring that users achieve outstanding results quicker and easier than ever before

You can find more information about the Stitcher 4.0 release at the REALVIZ Web site or at booth #2623 at the Macworld Expo. Stitcher upgrades are available for US$180.00, while the full version is available for US$499.00.

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