ArcSoft Panorama Maker is an excellent application for creating panoramic images from multiple images. The program is quite easy to use and offers a step-by-step wizard for creating panoramas.
The installation of ArcSoft Panorama Maker should not be a problem, just as it should be with the use of ArcSoft Panorama Maker. The interface is quite intuitive and not overloaded with controls. First, we need to open the folder that contains our photos. If the images you want to use for panorama are in different folders, you need to transfer them to one folder beforehand. Next you need to select at least two images (to do this, click on one image, then press CTRL and select the other). Note that when you select one picture, the one next to it also stands out, and if you need another picture for a couple, you need to deselect the one next to it.
After that we press the Next button and the program offers us the variant of formation of the panoramic photo. Of course, when it comes to panoramic images, it is assumed that there are several images covering the entire width of the area or object. However, we didn't have such pictures at the time of testing and we used absolutely different photos. It was discovered that ArcSoft Panorama Maker can also be used as a tool to create large-format thematic images, which are somewhat similar to collages (see screenshots).
So, we have the image we've got from the program. Here we can click on the "Manual" button and select the desired connection (if there is more than one) and insert the contact points (overlapping) manually. At the top is a tick "Crop", it should be removed if you do not want the edges of the panorama to be cut off. Then we just save the created panoramic photo.