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Google Earth Panorama Script Back in Place

Gabys script to help create panoramas from Google Earth is now back on the server after getting lost during a ftp transfer - thanks to Gaby for sorting it out.

If your new to this the tutorial allows you to create panoramas from Google Earth using Gaby's script and some photo stitching software. It is possible to output some stunning images using this technique such as the the panoramas sent in so far of: London, New York, Moscow, Belgium, Paris and Syndney.

The most recent addition is from Art Clark (thanks Art!) who has created a panorama of the Desolation Wilderness. The Desolation Wilderness is a 100 square mile federal "wilderness area" directly to the west of Lake Tahoe in California, United States. You can view the panorama from here.

Let us know if you create a panorama using the tutorial as would love to feature it on the blog..


  1. I've just finished creating a panorama using the tutorial, 100m above Treasure Cay, which is a very small community on Abaco, in the Bahamas. I used the views from Gaby's script. I found that I had to manually capture another row up, her images didn't quite cover the horizon on my monitor, but I think this could also be a function of screen resolution (I'm using a wide-screen display, which likely has the proper horizontal coverage but will be doing some vertical clipping?).

    I stitched it in PTGui, created the sky with Terragen (which I've been learning to use in an unrelated digital art course).


  2. Hi,

    I juste made a pano of Bordeaux, France.

    you'll find it here =>

    By the way, Nice tutorial !