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Software to Automatically Straighten Verticals

If you previously read my blog post about the importance of straightening verticals for real estate photography, go read it now.


I was doing some research today and ran across a program called ShiftN which is a tool that automatically straightens verticals! Even better, it's FREE. Sadly, it's…


Added by Alan Pinstein on December 2, 2010 at 12:30am — 8 Comments

TourBuzz Service Update: Music Preview Page for your Customers

A small but useful update has been published today.

We now have a music preview page so that your clients can pick which music file they want for their tour.

In the future we hope to integrate this in to a self-service client panel, but for now this should help save everyone some time!

You can also change the domain name in the link to your tour domain name if you want it to be branded for you instead of…


Added by TourBuzz Support on November 22, 2010 at 4:00pm — 10 Comments

TourBuzz Service Update: Two New Skins and a few other improvements

We are pleased to announce a couple of new skins for general use!

New Skin: Simplicity

A very simple skin with thumbnails on the left and a large viewing area. Doesn't support floorplans yet.

New Skin: Competitive Upgrade #1…


Added by TourBuzz Support on June 28, 2010 at 6:00pm — 3 Comments

Turnkey Floor Plan solution: MeasureComp

Hey Everyone,

Several people have asked how to create floor plans. We have discussed a few here: http://community.tourbuzz.net/forum/topics/how-do-i-create-a-floor-plan

We are excited to announce the easiest solution possible. Today we created a turnkey solution working with MeasureComp. MeasureComp does measurements for Home Depot carpet and cabinet… Continue

Added by Paul Rodman on June 10, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

Best stitcher IMO - PanoramaStudio2 Pro

Just getting started in panoramic tours so after getting my Nodal Ninja hardware and shooting some sample sets both indoors and outdoors, I downloaded trial copies of 6 or 7 different stitchers - Panavue, Autopano, Panoweaver, Panofactory, PTgui and one or two others. After trying each one with all my sample image sets, I bought PanoramaStudio2 Pro from www.tshsoft.com. After telling Paul about it, he encouraged me to share my findings…


Added by Bill Pohlmann on May 11, 2010 at 9:10pm — 16 Comments

Easy HDR from a Single RAW File

I've recently learned a great trick for getting natural HDR results for virtual tours without a lot of extra work.

If you have a camera that generates RAW files, your camera is already capturing much more exposure information than a typical JPEG can handle. Most RAW files store 12 bits per pixel, and some newer ones are 14-bit. A 12-bit file has 16x more information than a JPEG, and a14-bit file has 64x more information.

Coupled with good HDR software, a single RAW file… Continue

Added by Alan Pinstein on February 15, 2009 at 11:30pm — 13 Comments

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