DJI Panoramas

Hi Chaps,
I’ve taken a panorama shot with my Mini 4 Pro, but I’ve no idea how to “stitch” them into 1 file, can anyone suggest a remedy?



What device and operating system are you using?

Windows, macOS, Android tablet, etc?

I use the Theta+ App for all my instagram panorama shots. Works a treat!

I’m looking for something to use on windows, but thanks anyway


I used my mini 4 pro and need it to work on a windows 10/11 system.


free >> Microsoft ICE - Image Composite Editor

Additional features

  • Accelerated stitching on multiple CPU cores
  • Ability to publish, view, and share panoramas on the Photosynth web site
  • Support for “structured panoramas” — panoramas consisting of hundreds of photos taken in a rectangular grid of rows and columns (usually by a robotic device like the GigaPan tripod heads)
  • No image size limitation — stitch gigapixel panoramas
  • Support for input images with 8 or 16 bits per component
  • Ability to read raw images using WIC codecs
  • Photoshop layer and large document support
  • State-of-the-art stitching engine
  • Automatic exposure blending
  • Choice of planar, cylindrical, stereographic, orthographic, Mercator, or spherical projection
  • Orientation tool for adjusting panorama rotation
  • Automatic cropping to maximum image area
  • Native support for 64-bit operating systems
  • Wide range of output formats, including JPEG, JPEG XR, Photoshop, TIFF, BMP, PNG, and Silverlight [Deep Zoom]

How to create Panoramic images using MS ICE 2.0

Is this of any use?

I’ll give that a try, thanks


These areTHEE best instructions I have found, ever!!! Been using this since I saw it over a year ago, can’t go wrong!!!

I’ll give it a go, thanks.


If you want something really basic that does the job search for DJI media maker.

But as above AGP is the best I have found

Or use the already stitched panos that are automatically saved on the drone sd card

Theses are some examples of 360 panos that are auto stitched by the drone

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I’ll second that. I upload mine to , then provide a link to them :wink:

I concur and use Microsoft ICE to stitch my panoramas.
For sharing panoramas online I recommend the free virtual tour hosting site Panoee. Note that AFAIK the free version of Kuula only supports max pano width of 16k, displays at a lower resolution and does not let you link multiple panos into a virtual tour. Panoee free does not have those limitations.

For viewing panos interactively on a Windows PC, use the excellent Videopanoramas Player. Displays at full resolution unlike Theta+ and can save reframed images up to 10k x 10k.

+1 on Panoee