Microsoft Research’s Image Composite Editor is one of the tools which I use often in my laptop. It creates panorama from huge photographs in seconds. The same technology was later integrated into Windows Live Photo Gallery. Now, the second version of ICE released is more cooler than ever. It lets you to create panorama from videos. Here is the announcement from their blog,   Stitching From Video The first is that ICE can now automatically stitch a panorama directly from video.  One fun use of video panoramas is “motion summaries,” like this result that ICE produced: In this video the photographer was panning the camera to follow the motion of the snowboarder.  I used ICE to indicate “Start” and “End” points, and I gave a few hints about which video frames were interesting. The motion tracking and final composition was then done automatically by ICE.  You can access this feature ...

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