Realviz Stitcher EZ Image editing software

The inexpensive Stitcher EZ by Realviz lets you quickly put together digital images to create an ultrawide JPEG im-age or a QuickTime VR pano-rama.

The $130 product works, but it bears little resemblance to the company’s advanced, $1100 Stitcher software.

EZ makes the stitching procedure dead simple: you drag in your images, click Process, and choose a format and a compression level. Click Save, and within minutes you get a finished image or panorama.

I was able to create good-looking 320x240-resolution panoramas. Unfortunately, it can’t create higher-resolution panoramas, and trying to magnify the originals makes them look pixelated.

Other drawbacks: you can create only cylindrical panoramas (not cubic ones); and if the stitching process fails, you’ll be out of luck because you can’t tweak anything.

Considering EZ’s limited capabilities, I’d balk at paying for it -— but I’d consider it a nice bonus if it happened to come bundled with a digital camera (as Real-viz hopes it will).

In brief: Realviz Stitcher EZ
Stitching software is fast and easy to use, but too limited.
Price: $130
H-Digital
Phone: (02) 9929 0222
URL: www.hm3d.com.au
StormFX
Phone: (02) 9966 4581
URL: www.stormfx.com.au

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Alan Stafford

PC World

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