Wow! Can you tell us what sort of postprocessing you did? What did you do at the RAW development stage, what did you do after that but before stitching, but did you do after stitching? For example how did you handle the high dynamic range and bringing out the shadows, how did you handle color adjustments?
Fraps is best for capturing fast action scenes, e.g. games. Should work well with this too. In Linux showmydesktop does best of all the recorders I tested for that platform, but its not as good as fraps.
There will be a music, and an automatic tour, of course. Yes, the rendering speed is incredible : 3 h 14 minutes contains drag'n'drop of the .pano project file on the batch renderer, click render and wait until finish. It doesn't include the detection and edition of course.