This topic has been covered many times before on other websites, but I thought I would give it a shot here too. With the latest version of Hugin creating a panorama is almost stupid simple. First, you choose the selection of images that you want to stitch together. Here is the list that I chose:

[img_assist|nid=333|title=Part 1|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98] [img_assist|nid=334|title=Part 2|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98] [img_assist|nid=335|title=Part 3|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98]
[img_assist|nid=338|title=Part 7|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98] [img_assist|nid=339|title=Part 6|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98] [img_assist|nid=337|title=Part 5|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98] [img_assist|nid=336|title=Part 4|desc=|link=node|align=none|width=130|height=98]
Next, you allow Hugin to find corresponding points and align the images. Then you tell Hugin to generate the stitched image. It generates something like the image below. [img_assist nid=340 title=Connemara Pano Raw desc= link=node align=none width=640 height=267]
Here is the final cropped version, which I did in the GIMP. [img_assist nid=341 title=Connemara Pano Cropped desc= link=node align=none width=640 height=240] As far as tutorials go, this is pretty weak because I’m missing any screenshots of the application itself. This does show what is possible in the simple case, however.