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Blending in Panoweaver5.0 is possible!

Dear Customers,

Panoweaver5.00 will have blending feature after it is released in near future. I hope all of you will enjoy it.

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Joe Rao


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Anyone seen the blender?

Regards, Smooth


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Quote: Originally posted by smooth on March-26-2007

Anyone seen the blender?

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i just gave mine to a friend. they're making some pies.
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Dear customers,

Panoweaver5.0 will support Smartblender as soon as it is released and it will have its own blender in one month or so after it's released if everything goes well.

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Joe Rao


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Anybody got any info on Smartblender?

 


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Smart Blend is a blending tool. Read more here

It is a "Plug-In" and plugs into "most" well known better stitching software along with Enblend more on that here

The long time request is that Panoweaver 5.0 supports the use of these extremely useful plug-ins.

Regards, Smooth


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Good news again!!!!  Thanks.


Matthew

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Terrific! :O)

The only real thing that was missing was the blender. Keep us informed as to "what" blender it will have.

Will it be a "plug-in" or will it be an "in house" variant?

Regards, Smooth


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Quote: Originally posted by smooth on March-01-2007

Will it be a "plug-in" or will it be an "in house" variant?

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I have a pretty good guess as to what the standard answer will be.
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