WPanorama 10.1.2 Beta

4.1 out of 5 stars 4.1 (28 votes)


Windows (All) / Freeware / 12,109 downloads

WPanorama allows you to display panoramic pictures by letting scroll horizontally or vertically on the screen. You can use this software to view the gorgeous 360-Degree swiss panorama included with the program or your own pictures in .jpg or .bmp format.

Reviews of WPanorama

  1. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 10.0.1 (Jul 28, 2012)

    only goes from one end of a pano to the other, does NOT go around continuously but stops at the ends (so whats the point?).
    (unlike Deval or FSP)
    also has to "reload" picture on screen resize.

    [EDIT] ok, reinstalled and played with it more . . . couldn't believe a pano player that couldn't loop a pano continuously. In "config/advanced options/auto reverse/off (set to off, default was auto) . . it now works as i want. (auto could not detect it was a pano apparently - maybe this should be set to off by default as i can see from other comments this baffled others too.

    moving the pano by using the mouse and grabbing and pulling the pano is intiuative but rinky dink, getting them arrows keys involved would be nice :)


  2. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 8.3.4 Build 1342 Beta (Jan 24, 2008)

    works good, on vista...does more Monzi...IF you need it. Scroll down and see what it can do for you, if/when the time comes.

  3. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 8.3.4 Build 1342 Beta (Jan 24, 2008)

    Well .. basically this is a program that scrolls a wide jpg image from left to right or from left to right. Thats it!

    Not much to say, it does what its supposed to do. Otherwise you could just hold the scroll left/right key down in your favorite image viewing program and you have achieved the same functionality as this program...

  4. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 8.3.4 Build 1342 Beta (Jan 24, 2008)

    This may not look flash, kind of like a Win98 app but it does it's job very well. Allows you to view stitched or panasonic photos in full-screen, and can automatically scroll. I've found this useful and has become one of the standard apps I install on any of my home computers.

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