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Viewing Panorama's / 3D Photos On Windows/desktop Computer

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sethman

Does anyone know what program can view the the panorama photographs taken using the surface rt?  I have transferred the files but no native windows program (that i tried) could open the files.  Does anyone know the answer to this?

 

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Have you tried photosynth.

 

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