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  1. Hello Serif, this feature is really excellent and I have encountered my first difficulty with it. It is refusing to stitch a full sequence automatically, separating out the final 2 images into its own separate mini-panorama, despite it being obvious to the eye that they fit well. Is there any way of overriding this stitching process and forcing the issue please? I do use your excellent video tutorials with pleasure and have also scanned the forum for a similar answer but could well have missed something. Michael As an experiment I tried stitching the 2 panoramas that resulted but got the message 'no panoramas found'. Presumably I shall need to join them manually.
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