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The Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter & Paul Philadelphia

by sjosyula » Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:59 pm

Hello,

Virtual tour of The Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter & Paul.

This is my first attempt at making one. made with eos 500d and 18-55mm lens.

http://megaswf.com/view/0394c039d3ab66c60905906ccde9002d.html
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Thanks.

Sandeep.

P.S Could you people suggest me a place such that, I could upload my swf file and embedd that on my wordpress.com blog?
Please let me know the best place to do this for free.

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by mediavets » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:06 pm

sjosyula wrote:P.S Could you people suggest me a place such that, I could upload my swf file and embedd that on my wordpress.com blog?
Please let me know the best place to do this for free.

www.viewat.org may be what you're looking for.
Or may be http://www.360cities.net/
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by sjosyula » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:20 pm

Thanks a ton. There are instructions on how to post it on wordpress too YAY ! :D

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by klausesser » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:32 pm

sjosyula wrote:Thanks a ton. There are instructions on how to post it on wordpress too YAY ! :D

Hi!

This one loads veeery slow . . . (i have a 16Mb cable).
You didn´t make a 2:1image - therefor it´s bent and distorted at the Nadir.

bst, Klaus

P.S.: now it loaded faster.

Nice shot anyway!
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by sjosyula » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:41 pm

Thanks klausesser. I am not sure about the science behind making the tours yet. lot of googling ahead. I will try to read and understand why it needs to be 2:1

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by gkaefer » Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:35 pm

sjosyula wrote:Thanks klausesser. I am not sure about the science behind making the tours yet. lot of googling ahead. I will try to read and understand why it needs to be 2:1

;-)
very simple
a full spherical is 360 to 180 degree.... so 2:1 and if your image is not this 2:1 than in result your image will be disformed/streched or shrinked to such an 2:1... look to you nadir point... the bottom lines should be parallell...
you can correct this in your APT by playing with the vield of view FOV values. In result the black nadir point I suspect will grow...

and also for me your tour is very slow.... review your image quality settings in APT, I suspect value 12 you set... = uncompressed jpeg...
set ti to 10 and result will be speed up...

Liebe Gruesse,
Georg
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