AutoPano Giga is Now Free

If you want to create stunning panoramas with ease, you need to try AutoPano Giga. This software was developed by Kolor, a company that specialized in image stitching and virtual tours. Unfortunately, Kolor closed its doors in 2018, but they left a generous gift for their loyal customers: a free license for AutoPano Giga.

AutoPano Giga is a powerful tool that can automatically stitch multiple photos into a seamless panorama. You can adjust the projection, the horizon, the color balance and more. You can also create 360° panoramas and export them to various formats.

To get started with AutoPano Giga, you need to download the latest version of the software from the links below.

Windows version (Windows 7, 8, 10, 11):

MacOS version:

Linux version (Debian, Ubuntu)

Linux (All other distros):

Then, you need to enter the following registration details:
User: [email protected]
Registration code: KAPG7-K3A9X-IZJHX-FIIT7-C5IM8-MQF2N

That’s it! You can now enjoy AutoPano Giga for free and create amazing panoramas with a few clicks.

To create panorama just drag photos on the workspace and click green button with label detect.

Just drag photos on the workspace and click green button Detect

I have prepared tutorial on creating hdr panoramas in Autopano Giga here

17 thoughts on “AutoPano Giga is Now Free

  1. jakub says:

    Thank you very much for the opportunity to download this great program

  2. Radim says:

    Amazing software which I used a lot from 2015 to 2018, tried it now on MacBook Pro Max 16″, 32 GB RAM, MacOS Sonoma 14.4.1 (May 2024)- and to my surprise it is still running stable and doing what I need, after not being able to get reasonable results either from 3D Vista Stitcher 4 nor PTGui Pro 12.x. All cores full utilisation. Kudos to the original developers!

    1. Grzegorz Wronkowski says:

      Thank you for testing it on the new version of MacOS. I am using it on Windows 11 and it works perfect, the same on the Ubuntu.

    2. Grzegorz Wronkowski says:

      Yes, if Kolor still developing Autopano Giga, we would have competition between PTGui, we could benefit all!

  3. Art Lederman says:

    Tried installing on new MacBook Pro M3 using Sonoma 14.4.1. Installation fails. Any advice?

    1. Grzegorz Wronkowski says:

      Do you have anything in log file? I don’t have anything with M3 to test it out.

    2. Dionizio Bach | DJIO says:

      My macOS install was failing several times, but it eventually worked. It seems to be a problem with one of the plugins.

      Start over, when you get to the screen to select the packages, leave only the main App checked and the plugins unchecked. It should to the trick.

      Let us know if it worked out for you too.

  4. Nikos C says:

    So cool programm better than many others!! BUT i cant run in on windows 11… any idea?

    1. Grzegorz Wronkowski says:

      I am running it on the latest Windows 11 without any problems, do you have any error logs?

      1. Luciano says:

        I tried this version on win11 and I had problem too… the software don’t open.. no error log, just no open.

  5. Karol says:

    Hi, It doesn’t work for me on win 11 either, without any report. It installed normally and when I go to that icon the program won’t open and I need it urgently 🙂

  6. Mark Rouleau says:

    It looks like for Windows 11, you need to rename the file C:\Program Files\Kolor\Autopano Giga 4.4\libeay32.dll to …\libeay32.old to get the program to launch.

  7. Grzegorz Wronkowski says:

    Thank you for finding it out! I haven’t tested it yet, as it works on my PC with latest Win 11 smoothly!

  8. Karol says:

    Mark!!!!!! you are a genius… after changing ibeay32.dll to libeay32.old it works. Thank you very much.

  9. Annikka says:

    HI there. I’m running an Apple M2 Macbook Pro with Ventura and I get so far through the install but it says installation failed after trying to install the packages. Any advice? Cheers.

  10. i_francev says:

    After disabling plugin installation, the program installed! Thank you!
    (MacBook Pro M1 16Gb, Ventura)

  11. Jonathan says:

    It won’t install on MacOS 14 no matter what options I try and the Windows 10 install crashes every time it gets to “keypoint matching”

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