Unfortunately getting them installed and configured on Windows is a bit fiddly. Here’s how.
Step 1. Install ActiveState Perl
Available either as .exe (guided install) or zipfile, you can always find the latest version of ActiveState Perl here.
Whichever format you choose, ensure both the
perl\site\bin directories are in your PATH post-install:
Step 2. Test Perl is installed correctly
Open a command prompt type
perl -v. You should see something similar to the following:
Step 3. Install Panotools Script
Back in the command prompt, type
ppm install Panotools::Script. Perl Package Manager should download and Install Panotools Script:
Step 4. Test Panotools Script is installed correctly
Still in the command prompt, type
panostart. The following help text should be displayed:
Step 5. Install and configure Hugin
Hugin is available as an .msi. You can download the latest version here. Download the version appropriate for your platform and double-click to install.
Once installation completes, add the Hugin bin directory to your PATH:
Step 6. Test Hugin command line is working correctly
Open a command prompt and type
nona. You should see the following help text: