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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 3:33 pm 
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. . . linking together for a tour in APT/PTP?

I have a bunch of panos already done. Now i would like to build a tour with them without starting from scratch using
alll the equis to make a complete new construction.

Of course it can be done using PRPano - but i´d prefer visual editing like in APT/PTP.

Any advice?

best, Klaus

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klausesser wrote:
. . . linking together for a tour in APT/PTP?

I have a bunch of panos already done. Now i would like to build a tour with them without starting from scratch using all the equis to make a complete new construction.

Of course it can be done using KRPano - but i´d prefer visual editing like in APT/PTP.

Any advice?

best, Klaus

You've lost me....

Do you mean you have individual pano SWF files previously created with APT/PTP that you want to combine in a tour without starting over from the original equirectangular pano images?

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mediavets wrote:
Do you mean you have individual pano SWF files previously created with APT/PTP that you want to combine in a tour without starting over from the original equirectangular pano images?

Yep! :cool:

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:05 am 
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I don't think that's possible as of now, I will be delighted to have such feature or possibility but it will have its own problems.

The reason its not possible I think is that the older swf are done with older version of krpano & we will need a newer version of krpano for some new features hence rendering it again is the only & best option.


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