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how to render as 360x180 format ?

by Pstryk » Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:24 pm

I've not found yet possibility of render 360x180.
Maybe I am not familiar with autopano already and dont know.
I wanted to test some stitched panoramas with krpano which accept only this format.

Help, please? :)

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by hankkarl » Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:37 pm

just create a pano. Set the projection to spherical, and select the crop tool. There's an option for a 360x180, check it.

Then just render normally.

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by Pstryk » Thu Feb 26, 2009 12:26 pm

Thank you ;-)
I have to test many things and learn, especially all this is quite new for me.

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by klausesser » Thu Feb 26, 2009 1:49 pm

Pstryk wrote:Thank you ;-)
I have to test many things and learn, especially all this is quite new for me.

If you want to have an interactive sphere-movie you have to put the rendered image - which is equirectangular - into a tool which transforms it into a Quicktime or Flash spherical interactive.

On Macs the CubicConverter, pano2vr and on PC are some.

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by mediavets » Thu Feb 26, 2009 2:32 pm

klausesser wrote:
Pstryk wrote:Thank you ;-)
I have to test many things and learn, especially all this is quite new for me.

If you want to have an interactive sphere-movie you have to put the rendered image - which is equirectangular - into a tool which transforms it into a Quicktime or Flash spherical interactive.

On Macs the CubicConverter, pano2vr and on PC are some.

best,

Klaus,

These are the input formats for KRPano:
http://krpano.com/docu/panoformats/
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by klausesser » Thu Feb 26, 2009 4:19 pm

mediavets wrote:These are the input formats for KRPano:
http://krpano.com/docu/panoformats/

Ooops - i oversaw it was for the KR viewer . . sorry! :cool:

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by touristguy87 » Thu Feb 26, 2009 5:29 pm

...what, you were wrong again? No way!

BTW I see that our esteemed moderator deleted the entire thread not just the reply that I posted to you last night, asking you to explain in detail where I was wrong, as you said that I was wrong in a 500-word post. But didn't explain how.

How much did you pay him to delete that entire thread?

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by klausesser » Thu Feb 26, 2009 5:35 pm

touristguy87 wrote:...what, you were wrong again? No way!

BTW I see that our esteemed moderator deleted the entire thread not just the reply that I posted to you last night, asking you to explain in detail where I was wrong, as you said that I was wrong in a 500-word post. But didn't explain how.

How much did you pay him to delete that entire thread?

Again: i explained that to you several times. You don´t listen. Not my business to teach you better!
Learn, get experienced. Instead of talking about it: DO IT.
Maybe learning by doing is the only way for you because you don´t realize the facts you´re being told.

Honestly: this is a complex theme for you. Obviously. Without making your own practical experiences you will not get it!
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by touristguy87 » Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:11 pm

...honestly, my *dog* yaps less than you do.

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by klausesser » Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:30 pm

touristguy87 wrote:...honestly, my *dog* yaps less than you do.

:rolleyes:
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by Paul » Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:31 pm

touristguy87 wrote:...honestly, my *dog* yaps less than you do.

though my dog isn't able to speak cause he's missing just one tooth sometimes he's a wise guy
so yesterday when he leads me to this http://tinyurl.com/casz5j
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close, but no cigar ... ... ...

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by klausesser » Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:40 pm

Paul wrote:
touristguy87 wrote:...honestly, my *dog* yaps less than you do.

though my dog isn't able to speak cause he's missing just one tooth sometimes he's a wise guy
so yesterday when he leads me to this http://tinyurl.com/casz5j

. . . and some dogs have more style than their master.
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by touristguy87 » Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:50 pm

klausesser wrote:
Paul wrote:
touristguy87 wrote:...honestly, my *dog* yaps less than you do.

though my dog isn't able to speak cause he's missing just one tooth sometimes he's a wise guy
so yesterday when he leads me to this http://tinyurl.com/casz5j

. . . and some dogs have more style than their master.

....yap yap yap yap, yap yap yappity-yap...if you have dogs, surely they must be impressed by both the quality AND quantity of your yapping.

Your arrival at home in the afternoon must be the highlight of their day.
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by DrSlony » Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:02 am

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by touristguy87 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:09 am

...sorry, who died making you the Forum Policeman?

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by Gordon » Sat Feb 28, 2009 12:24 pm

touristguy87 wrote:yap yap yap yap, yap yap yappity-yap...if you have dogs, surely they must be impressed by both the quality AND quantity of your yapping.

Your arrival at home in the afternoon must be the highlight of their day.

Grrrrr [color=#RRGGBB]Sorry the above is totally on topic[/color], why ruin the thread with irrelelvant chatter why not start your own thread called "yap yap" or poodle chat or whatever?

If you are annoyed about the thread (your thread!!!) being deleted why not contact the mod and find out why it was deleted?

Why dive in and interupt other users with your off topic comments? bizzare!!!
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by hankkarl » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:34 pm

Gordon wrote:Grrrrr [color=#RRGGBB]Sorry the above is totally on topic[/color], why ruin the thread with irrelelvant chatter why not start your own thread called "yap yap" or poodle chat or whatever?

Actually, those threads are still off-topic for this forum, but they would make a great forum on there own. Touristguy87, you can set up a forum very inexpensively (Godaddy.com gives you free hosting, and your choice of a couple of free forum packages with the purchase of a domain name.)

Why don't you start your own forum? That way, you'll never have a post removed, or get banned, and you can control all the other posters.

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by touristguy87 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 5:25 pm

...and if *you* do that, then you can give all the people all the "advice" that you want to give them, on all the issues that you think that they need to be advised on :)

Then you and Gordon, Klausesser & DrSlony can all give erroneous "advice" & blather nonsensically to your hearts' content without any interruption! Hop to it!
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by Gordon » Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:19 pm

yap yap yap yap, yap yap yappity-yap... if you have dogs, surely they must be impressed by both the QUALITY & QUANTITY of your yapping......

Nonsensically yours.
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