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by marco.lanciani » Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:23 pm

I'd like to have the whole image to fit in the flash window when at "Zoom MIN"
Is there a command within APT to do so?

Currently, at Zoom MIN, I can see only a section of the whole image in the browser.

Working on Mac:
OS X 10.5.8
APT 1.1 beta 10

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by renan » Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:37 am

With the current version the maximal field of view (min zoom) can't be upper than pano field. So it's fit the width or the height of the panorama.

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by mediavets » Thu Sep 30, 2010 9:34 am

marco.lanciani wrote:I'd like to have the whole image to fit in the flash window when at "Zoom MIN"
Is there a command within APT to do so?

Currently, at Zoom MIN, I can see only a section of the whole image in the browser.

Working on Mac:
OS X 10.5.8
APT 1.1 beta 10

Thanks,
Marco

Did you set the output projection of your 2D images to planar?




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by marco.lanciani » Thu Sep 30, 2010 12:42 pm

renan wrote:With the current version the maximal field of view (min zoom) can't be upper than pano field. So it's fit the width or the height of the panorama.

Fit to either the width or the hight would be enough if possible.

Please, can someone tell how?
The image get a yellow triangle and fields are grayed out...

In my case APT fit the image to its width, while I need to fit it to the hight.

mediavets wrote:Did you set the output projection of your 2D images to planar?

Obviously, yes! :)

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by mediavets » Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:52 pm

marco.lanciani wrote:In my case APT fit the image to its width, while I need to fit it to the height.

I wonder if 'padding' out the image so that it has aspect ratio such that fitting to width would also fit to height might be a work-around?

Perhaps in the longer term we could have asome sort of control in the UI which enables us to choose to fit either to height or to width of 2D images, but still display no larger than 100% max.?
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by mediavets » Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:54 pm

renan wrote:With the current version the maximal field of view (min zoom) can't be upper than pano field. So it's fit the width or the height of the panorama.

Renan,

So what determines whether it fits to the width or to the height of the 2D image in planar projection?
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by marco.lanciani » Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:50 pm

mediavets wrote:I wonder if 'padding' out the image so that it has aspect ratio such that fitting to width would also fit to height might be a work-around?

I like the idea!
I'll try it! :)

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