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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:04 pm 
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Hi I usually produce equirectangles in PTGui for panoramic tours created in PTP 1.8. Since I now want to use PTP ver 2.0 to use Live Pano I have to create them in Autopano Pro to get the equirectangle with the .pano extension. I'm happy to do this but the first stumbling block is that the image is not tall enough. Please can some tell me how to get it to be 180 (rather than less, as it is now)?

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Jo


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:48 pm 
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SmileyJo wrote:
Hi I usually produce equirectangles in PTGui for panoramic tours created in PTP 1.8. Since I now want to use PTP ver 2.0 to use Live Pano I have to create them in Autopano Pro to get the equirectangle with the .pano extension. I'm happy to do this but the first stumbling block is that the image is not tall enough. Please can some tell me how to get it to be 180 (rather than less, as it is now)?

Many thanks,

Jo


If your images do not cover 180 VFOV then you will have to force the VFOV to 180.

You can do this in the Panorama Editor.


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