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Open source Panorama maker for windows

I've been taking a load of shots with my Canon 400D recently with the intention of stitching them together to create some nice big panoramic photos. I've had a few tries at this before using various different bits of software and none of them seem to be without their faults (most produce peculiar errors on at least some series of shots and some require more interaction than others).

So far I've tried:

It doesn't have to be free if it gives good results every time.

What software does everyone else use / recommend for this?

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marked as duplicate by alex, fretje, MicTech, BinaryMisfit Sep 21 '09 at 10:28

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also… – harrymc Sep 21 '09 at 9:38
Thanks for the links guys - not sure why I didn't find those when I searched! – Jon Cage Sep 21 '09 at 9:42
No problem. The thing is you searched for stitching when you could have tried panorama. That would have given you quite a lot of results. – alex Sep 21 '09 at 10:29

I used Microsoft Image Composite Editor recently and it worked pretty well!

It's free and easy to use.

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