Autostitch is a very easy-to-use software that allows you to produce very high quality images with minimum mouse control. It was originally developed by the computer graphic company CERN and then later developed by Autostitch, though they are once again owned by a different company called Photocell Technology. The software works by injecting light patterns into the photo with the help of a special camera. With the help of special software, the user can manipulate these patterns so that they can be manipulated into any format that is required. The latest version of Autostitch for Windows is known as Windows Photo Squeeze and is the most up-to-date version of the software.
Photocell Technology makes another interesting product called Focal Control Pro, which does the same job as Autostitch but has an additional feature of a panorama setting. This allows the user to create a very large overlap that covers all of the original photos. To do this, the user must first open all the images that will go on the cover of the template. Then, just right click on each picture, choose "Open in Windows Photo Squeeze", and then click "Panorama". This will create a full size preview of your work, in this case, covering all the images in the original image file.
However, there is an even easier way to use photomerge and get the same results as that of autostitch: with Photoshop, you can create a grid with grid paper, fit it to a picture, and use the grid to create an image with a seamless seam. This method may seem to be less complicated than autostitch, however it can give you more control and precision when doing intricate editing. A drawback of using photomerge instead of autostitch in your photo editing program is that it doesn't allow you to adjust a picture's aspect ratio, which is essential for precise overlay. This technique is useful, however, if you are creating a seamless border or edit your original image to cover a larger portion of another image and do not want the original image to change when you overlay it with another.