Umm, NO! Wouldn't watch such a thing.
I just want to show my support in this matter.
To me it seems like Easypano just simple do not have the skills to give us what we want.
But honestly Easypano. Are you proud of your 2 new releases?? Are your proud about the way you treat your customers? Are you proud about the reputation that you are destroying?? You can't possible be.
For someone who reads all the posting on this site but rarely adds anything, I feel I finally have to throw in my two sense.
We've all watched the forums and waited patiently for the release of Tourweaver 2. When it was finally released, some were content and some (like me) were somewhat disappointed. Since I rely more on PW than TW, I have to say the release of Panoweaver 5 is a serious disappointment. Using Panoweaver still leaves me varying degrees of post work, primarily blending issues. For the price I paid, that simply shouldn't be. Especially since other stitching applications that I have recently started experimenting with have given me better results.
While I understand that this is simply a beta version, Easypano, you should begin to take note of whats being said in this forum. Suggestions should be noted and seriously considered. I would hesitate to release an official version if none of these comments are implemented.
I can't imagine what you intend to charge for PW5, but I'm certain it will be too much. As it stands, Panoweaver 5 should at best be an extremely inexpensive update for any PW 4 user.
People visit this site (like I did) to get help, tips and discuss what's 'out there' in pano-photography - not just Easypano products. I'm certain, and hope, that new visitors to this site will read these complaints which are now littered through the forums and know to stay well clear of your product.
Quote: Originally posted by vilmer on February-23-2007
@Spinem, that day is coming! I recieved the newsletter yesterday, and it says that they are planning to release a gui before this summer.
It might be but......
The Immervision products are "branded" also, and so far no GUI to take the build pain away that's why it not widely accepted. If they do come up with a usable tour product it will be useless if it is branded. What they are planning has nothing to do with stitching or blending (what this thread is about!)