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Take Panoramic Pics with Ztitch for Windows Phone 7
One of the fun things to do with out devices is to tinker with the cameras and believe that we are professional photographers. I am sure you are familiar with panoramic pictures, which are basically a string of pictures taken from a stationary location while rotating with the camera taking pictures as you go. The pictures then get “stitched” to try and form a seamless image. XDA member MrAndrewAu has released his own app for this called Ztitch, which basically allows the user to create and merge the pictures taken into a single panoramic picture. According to the dev, the app is fully functional and it offers a free version as well for those interested in trying it out.
If you like the app or if you would like to see some improvements, please be sure that you leave some feedback behind.
Hello fellow XDA developers,
I can’t believe I’ve been missing out on this awesome forum (thanks to CyiDev for helping me find this place).
I thought you guys might like to know about my app. It’s called Ztitch (pronounced like ‘stitch’), and it’s basically a panorama maker/viewer that resembles a bit like Photosynth. Anyways, it’s located in the photo section so please try it out to know what I mean. It should be pretty intuitive to use.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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