Create high quality panoramas
PTGui is panoramic image stitching software for Windows and macOS.
Originally started as a Graphical
User Interface for Panorama Tools (hence the name), PTGui has evolved into a full featured,
industry leading photo stitching application.
PTGui is blazing fast! Thanks to OpenCL GPU acceleration PTGui is able to stitch a 1 Gigapixel panorama
in about 25 seconds on modest hardware.
Just drop your photos into PTGui and it will figure out how they overlap. PTGui can stitch multiple rows of images
and supports all lenses, including fisheyes.
PTGui gives you full control over the result, enabling you to create perfect panoramas even of difficult scenes,
where other stitchers fail.
Create fully spherical 360° x 180° panoramas. PTGui includes interactive panorama viewers
both for local viewing on your computer, and for embedding in a web page.
Look around, up and down in the scene by clicking
and dragging with the mouse.
Or stitch hundreds or even thousands of photos together into stunning images with billions of pixels.
Create photos which are sharp even when printed meters wide!
PTGui Pro offers full support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. No additional software needed!
Just load your bracketed source images,
PTGui Pro will combine them into an HDR panorama. High quality tone mapping and exposure fusion algorithms
are built in. OpenEXR output is also supported, for HDR rendering applications.
Be creative! PTGui supports several panoramic projections including equirectangular (for spherical panoramas), rectilinear (for architectural scenes with straight lines) and stereographic, for Little Planet images such as this one.
PTGui comes in two versions: the standard version and PTGui Pro.
For a comparison see
all features »
Give PTGui a try! The trial version is fully functional,
there’s no time limit, but stitched panoramas have a visible watermark.
Or purchase a license and start creating your own panoramas! A personal license for PTGui costs
€ 125 or US$ 140.
Buy a license
A few examples of panoramas created by PTGui users:
Space Shuttle Atlantis (1)
360° drone panorama, Iceland
Old town hall, Prague
In the barbershop
© Sasha Preradovich
explain how to properly shoot images for a panorama, and how to stitch them with PTGui.
For in-depth tutorials on subjects like HDR, Masking and Viewpoint Correction see Tutorials »
Extensive documentation for every function is available by pressing F1 in PTGui (on Mac: fn + F1).
If you get stuck, check the Frequently Asked Questions (and answers):
Support / FAQ »
In case your question is not answered there, ask for help in the
Support Forum »
For tutorials written by PTGui users, books, workshops and panorama hardware:
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