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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:36 pm 
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Bonjour,

Je suis à  la recherche d'un preset pour papywizard afin de réaliser un panorama 360° en un minimum de photos.
Je dispose d'une panogear, d'un Canon EOS 400D et d'un fisheye Peleng 8mm.

Savez vous ou je peux trouver un tel fichier de preset ?

Merci

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:34 pm 
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babgon wrote:
Bonjour,

Je suis à  la recherche d'un preset pour papywizard afin de réaliser un panorama 360° en un minimum de photos.
Je dispose d'une panogear, d'un Canon EOS 400D et d'un fisheye Peleng 8mm.

Savez vous ou je peux trouver un tel fichier de preset ?

Merci

The creation and use of custom presets is documented here:
http://www.papywizard.org/wiki/UserGuideSvn#Presetmode

Here's a custom preset that should work OK for your Canon 400D and Peleng fisheye.
Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<papywizard>
    <preset name="Canon 400D+Peleng 8mm">
        <tooltip>
            400D+Peleng 8mm
            4 picts @ +7 pitch
            Zenith @ +90 pitch
        </tooltip>
        <shoot>
            <pict yaw="0." pitch="90." />
            <pict yaw="0." pitch="7." />
            <pict yaw="90." pitch="7." />
            <pict yaw="180." pitch="7." />
    <pict yaw="270." pitch="7." />
        </shoot>
    </preset>
</papywizard>

Copy the XML code (not including the Code: tag) into Notepad if using Windows and save using UTF-8 encoding.

You may use any filename with an xml extension.

Copy the XML file to your Papywizard host platform is not using Windows for Papywizard.

Load the custom preset into Papywizard on a per session basis using the File/Import Preset File... command.

You will then find the custom preset listed in the Preset mode drop down menu.

You probably won't need the zenith shot most of the time, the 7 degrees pitch of the main rows of four shots should provide adequate coverage of the zenith.

If you want to cover the nadir you will need to remove the camera from the head and shoot a seperate nadir shot.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 5:55 am 
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Thanks a lot

Merci beaucoup

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