UK Pano wrote:I do not have multiple domains to host and saw that KRPano was available as a single domain license and that KRPano Tools was also available to license separately and felt that this combination worked well for what I wished to achieve and suited my circumstances.
Adrien F wrote:... but courtesy is the rule.
UK Pano wrote:Thanks Klaus for your useful and constructive advise. XML coding doesn't phase me as it is something I do in my job
UK Pano wrote:HankKarl, you don't know me, you don't know my circumstances nor do you know how I have come to have the equipment that I have listed.
UK Pano wrote:"... the reason that I have the equipment that I have is because of challenging their prices and ensuring that I am not being done."
UK Pano wrote:I wish I could be so at ease in creating this medium that I then have the time to ridicule the questions posted by those who are just starting out and looking to learn. Must be a real nice feeling to have.
UK Pano wrote:Thanks Adrien for replying but I find it unbelievable that Kolor/APT does not support either of the licensing with KRpano. So I have to pay an additional EUR30 now because Kolor doesn't support the limited domain license? Unbelievable.
UK Pano wrote:My main gripe was that there was no choice to the license applied. Also the reason that I have the equipment that I have is because of challenging their prices and ensuring that I am not being done.
klausesser wrote:UK Pano wrote:Thanks Klaus for your useful and constructive advise. XML coding doesn't phase me as it is something I do in my job
i hate dealing with codes . . . therefore the combination of APT to build up a kind of basis and KRPano tools just to fine-tune the xml and add special features seems the way.
Without APT to get a base i think i would be lost . . . .
ThatÂ´s a big problem - as a photographer i hate to being forced to deal with that xml crab to get done what i want to visualize.
Many photographers complain about the total absence of GUI for KRPano.
APT is a very good start - some Chinese guys provide a GUI online . . . but who wants to load up his/her pictures to a Chinese server somewhere far away . . .
So it is APT to be a first GUI - and surely will be more sophisticated than it is now to handle all the very special features possible.
Adrien F wrote:and as we think the additional price to put is insignificant, regarding the price of the hardware needed to make VR.
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