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converting equirectang to cylindrical projections

by verticalpoint360 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:08 am

Hi - A client has asked if i can limit the projection angle on a 360 spherical tour I've already produced, he basically doesnt want it to go up and down, just rotate 360 vertically. Can this simply be done in Panotour or do i need to rebuild the original files in autopan Giga (as a Cylindrical). I did just try cylindrical in autopan but it produced this?
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Re: converting equirectang to cylindrical projections

by mediavets » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:30 am

verticalpoint360 wrote:Hi - A client has asked if i can limit the projection angle on a 360 spherical tour I've already produced, he basically doesnt want it to go up and down, just rotate 360 vertically. Can this simply be done in Panotour or do i need to rebuild the original files in autopan Giga (as a Cylindrical). I did just try cylindrical in autopan but it produced this?
[Group 2]-_DGP8753__DGP8764-12 images.jpg


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Yes; simply use the Crop tool in the Hotspot editor panel in PT/PTP to limit the viewable area of the pano.

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Re: converting equirectang to cylindrical projections

by verticalpoint360 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:36 am

awesome thanks Mediavets, this forum is great thanks to guys like you!!

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Re: converting equirectang to cylindrical projections

by mediavets » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:46 am

verticalpoint360 wrote:awesome thanks Mediavets, this forum is great thanks to guys like you!!


You have to apply the desired Crop (it's a virtual crop it doesn't actually change the image) to each pano for which you wish to limit the viewing area - it's not a global setting.
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Re: converting equirectang to cylindrical projections

by verticalpoint360 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:50 am

cool all noted thanks mate


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