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PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:33 pm 
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I've just completed a pano with a Canon 7D and 8mm Samyang fisheye lens and the stitched final image (12000x6000px) is full of detail. Using Tour to create the swf files with the quality settings on maximum the final output has lost a lot of the detail. The pano is here http://www.photosbykev.com/wordpress/2010/03/28/cemaes-harbour-panorama/

Is this limitation due to using Tour without the full KRPano software?

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Photosbykev wrote:
I've just completed a pano with a Canon 7D and 8mm Samyang fisheye lens and the stitched final image (12000x6000px) is full of detail. Using Tour to create the swf files with the quality settings on maximum the final output has lost a lot of the detail. The pano is here http://www.photosbykev.com/wordpress/2010/03/28/cemaes-harbour-panorama/

Is this limitation due to using Tour without the full KRPano software?

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Yes - to overcome this limit you need an unlimited domains license for krpano.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:57 pm 
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Yes - to overcome this limit you need an unlimited domains license for krpano.

Thank you for the prompt response Andrew, I thought that was the answer but wanted confirmation

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The only Problem i can see is, there is not enough sharpness. Are you sure the Lens isnt the Problem?
maybe compare: http://www.itecke.de/Touren/Tour2.html

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MaGue wrote:
The only Problem i can see is, there is not enough sharpness. Are you sure the Lens isnt the Problem?
maybe compare: http://www.itecke.de/Touren/Tour2.html

The lens is fine :) I can see rivet heads on the sides of the boats when viewing the master stitched panorama at 100%.

I've ordered the KRPano unlimited license but the site didn't redirect me to paypal to finish the order so I've emailed KRPano to sort out the final payment so I can output the pano at high resolution.

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Photosbykev wrote:
I've ordered the KRPano unlimited license but the site didn't redirect me to paypal to finish the order so I've emailed KRPano to sort out the final payment so I can output the pano at high resolution.

You could have purchased from Kolor:
http://www.kolor.com/buy/software/krpano

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To help out also, I recall seeing on the kolor website somewhere a discount code for buying the license - anyone recall seeing this?

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Ah ha! I found it.

If you already own APG then you can get a discount on the license:

http://www.kolor.com/buy/software/krpano/krpano-flash-panorama-viewer-unlimited-domain-license.html

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too late :( I knew I should of asked the experts (yet again) lol

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