Hugin for panoramas: GW2 edition

A long while back I wrote a guide to using the free panorama software Hugin with World of Warcraft screenshots. This guide is basically just an updated version of that, only using Guild Wars 2 as the screenshot source since I don't play WoW any more. Get Hugin Hugin can be downloaded from its SourceForge page: Install it in the usual manner - the default options are fine. Take some screenshots Naturally you'll want your graphics settings on the highest, even if you don't normally play that way. You should also turn »

[WoW] Guide: using Hugin for panoramic screenshots

Quick link: Hugin Panoramas are cool -- they show a much wider/taller view than it's possible to capture in one shot, and do so in a way that doesn't have the same weird rectilinear or fisheye distortion you get from regular wideangle or fisheye lenses. Here's an example of what I mean: If you actually go to the instance and stand in the same spot, you'll notice right away that the view isn't nearly as wide as this. Here's another example: Again, if you go here, you'll find that you can you can only see around one third of »