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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Goran,

    I suggest trying the Clone/Stamp or Erase tools in Luminar to remove the line.

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    Goran Beg

    This is not solution if you have, for example, 20 and more panoramas.
    I found solution on another forum:

    1.For example, panorama is 8000 X 4000
    2.In Photoshop, set Canvas size 12000 x 4000, and clone panorama left and right. 3.Process in Aurora
    4.In Photoshop, set Canvas size 8000 x 4000.

    Photomatix have 360 mode, but Aurora is better software for HDR, of course.
    Please put this option in new Aurora version. 360 panoramas are so popular this days.

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Goran,

    I'm glad you found a workaround. I will pass the suggestion for 360 support to our developers for their consideration.

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    Goran Beg

    Thank you Angela! :)

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    George Palov

    This is an old trick, working, but still one more step and heavier workflow. Hope Skylum team realizies the usefulness and potential market of professional photographers if they enable this feature directly in AuroraHDR. Thanks in advance!

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    Rui Isidro

    Goran, can you share the other forum?

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