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PanoramaStudio is only able to stitch a single row of images. But PanoramaStudio Pro supports multi-row panoramas as well.
PanoramaStudio Pro can stitch vertical panoramas in the multi-row mode.The standard version of PanoramaStudio can this not directly. But it is possible to create a vertical panorama by stitching the input images which were rotated before by 90 degress. In this case you should leave the horizon line at the default setting of 50%. After the stitching process you can save the panorama as an image and rotate it to the final position with an image editing sofware.
This will result in a vertical parorama in cylindrical or spherical projection.
However, further processing as Java or QuickTimeVR Panorama is not possible for this panoramas.
There are two possible causes. First, it could be a wrong focal length set or an error in the stitching process. Please read chapter '4.6.2 Adjust focal length/horizon' in the manual for that purpose.
Second, some kind of bended lines are inevitable in a flat panoramic projection. A panoramic image is a flat projection of a sphere or a cylinder (spherical or cylindrical projection). There, long horizontal lines above and below the horizon seem to be bended. Only with this kind of projection it is possible to show a complete 360 degree full view within a flat image.
However, there is the function Panorama->Perspective projection for the creation of correct perspective views of parts from the panoramic image.
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