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Panoramic Digital Negatives

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  • Subject: Panoramic Digital Negatives
  • From: Mike Kirwan <mkirwan@pacbell.net>
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Title: Panoramic Digital Negatives

I have been experimenting with Arcsoft Panorama 4 and very pleased with the "positive" results. Now I am importing into Photoshop to convert to a digital negative and while all works well the output from this software is always pegged at 200 dpi regardless of the original dpi of the images. Anyone know of a panoramic stitching software that maintains the original dpi?