Panorama is a wider, clearer view of any painting, drawing, photography, film/video, or a three-dimensional model. A panoramic view is created by putting together a number of images into one single wider photograph; maybe from a series of overlapping photos with POS Panorama Pro, a free panorama software.
Microsoft Image Composite Editor too can coordinate panoramas, but if it is a software that you want, then you can try free Picture Viewer for Panoramas called WPanorama.
Some of the interesting features of Panorama picture viewer are :
> With this free tool, panoramas can be viewed by scrolling horizontally or vertically on the screen.
> 360 degrees continuous scrolling.
> Back and forth scrolling for non 360 degree pictures.
> Automatic detection of 30 degree panoramas.
> Horizontal and vertical scrolling also possible.
> Multi-monitor systems support-the scrolling panoramas can be over many monitors!
> Mini slide show [one sample of it is included in the pack]
> It is possible to display slide shows in full screen with aspect ratio.
> Has a Mirror function for special interesting effects
> Miscellaneous stretch filters.
> Variable scroll increment and speed.
> Extensive help with detailed FAQs.
> Direct access from the programs to the update on the web.
> Pictures can be either in a window, or full screen.
> Possible to resize window by dragging its edges and corner.
> A user friendly dialog box allows to easily configuring slide shows.
> Toots to insert scrolling panoramas into movies by means of avi.files and to split the panorama into various bmp files.
> Possible to move the picture by dragging the mouse .
> Possible to show on a map, the location from where the panorama was shot.
> Possibility to superimpose a description to the scrolling panorama in the show.
> A logo can replace the description.
> Possibility of loading a panorama by double clicking on the icon of its configuration file and start a panorama show by double clicking on the icon of the image list file.
> Customizable default parameters for images.
> Possibility to associate music [mid, mp3ou, max files] with panorama.