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Demo (Free to try)


28 Sep 2018


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Size: 3.06 MB

Downloads: 4882

Platform: Windows (All Versions)

Review by George Norman (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 26 Jul 2017

You are very well advised to go give Bixorama a try if you need a tool to view, edit, and create 360-degree images. This Outerspace Software product can handle 11 types of 360-degree images, including Equirectangular, DirectX DDS, Quicktime VR, Spheremap, and Mirror ball.

Bixorama is available as an installer and as a portable version. No matter which version you get, it should work fine with any 32- or 64-bit version of Windows 7, Windows 8 or 8.1, and Windows 10. According to the developer, Bixorama requires a DirectX compatible graphics card and at least 6MB of free storage space.

Bixorama’s interface is as straightforward as possible. Import an image (an equirectangular sample comes bundled with the application) and it will take up the main panel on the interface. In the upper left hand side there’s a File Menu that conveniently lists everything that Bixorama can do.

Speaking about what Bixorama can do, here’s a quick look at its main features: import and export 11 types of 360-degree images; batch process multiple images; multiple view modes, including a preview feature; crosshair; magnifying glass; pitch, role, move and other modifications; generate blobs, dots of light, and more.

Bixorama isn’t free, it is only free to try and the trial version will place a watermark on the output. To get rid of this limitation, you need to buy a license and activate the fully functional version. At the time of writing this, a Bixorama license is priced at €29.95 (about $35).

Go get Outerspace Software’s Bixorama and efficiently work with 360-degree images.


Bixorama is available as an installer and as a portable version. The interface is very simple. A sample equirectangular image is bundled with Bixorama. Eleven 360-degree formats are supported. There’s a handy preview function.


Trial limitations: watermark on output.



Bixorama Awards

Bixorama Editor’s Review Rating

Bixorama has been reviewed by George Norman on 26 Jul 2017. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Bixorama 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent


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