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[Tour] Abbey of Beauport

by llang57 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:02 pm

Bonjour,
Hi,

ma dernière visite en date l'Abbaye de Beauport dans les Côtes d'Armor (près de Paimpol) (Cliquez sur l'image pour démarrer la visite) .
Here is my last Tour : the Abbey of Beauport in Côtes-d'Armor (France) (near Paimpol) (Click the image below to start the Tour).

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prise de 18x3 vues (-2eV,0 et +2eV) au 17 mm (sigma 17-35) sur un FF (Sony Alpha 850).
Taken of 18x3 pict (+-2eV, 0 and 2eV) at 17 mm (sigma 17-35) on one FF (Sony Alpha 850).

La visite est le résultat direct de Autopano Tour 1.1 béta 10 sans modification du fichier xml.
The Tour is the direct result of Autopano Tour 1.1 Béta 10 without any modification of the xml file.

Merci de vos commentaires.
Thank you for your comments.

Amicalement
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by mediavets » Wed Aug 25, 2010 4:07 pm

Laurent,

It's fine, but...

...because the APT thumbnail feature doesn't support scrolling not all the thumbnails can be seen in their entirety on my screen - see screenshot.

...and the hotspot focus on the map image seems to be really slow to update after changing pano via the thumbnails.


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by GURL » Wed Aug 25, 2010 6:29 pm

A click on the map turns it as a small thumbnail (Google Chrome/Win 7)
Anything is fast there (fiber-optic network)
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by mediavets » Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:56 pm

GURL wrote:A click on the map turns it as a small thumbnail (Google Chrome/Win 7)

That's what is supposed to happen unless you click directly on a hotspot on the map image.

Unfortunately APT currently offers no control (via the GUI) for the user to determine the size of the map image when minimised.
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by llang57 » Fri Aug 27, 2010 4:01 pm

Hi,

some modifications on the Tour :
- the behavior of the map
- minimum zoom
+ adding a radar

I'll try to render again the outside panoramas without exposure fusion.

Cheers
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by PG » Sat Aug 28, 2010 12:04 pm

Indépendamment de l'aspect purement "visite virtuelle", j'ai beaucoup la lumière sur chacun de ces panoramas. Beau travail dès la prise de vue.

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by llang57 » Tue Sep 14, 2010 12:43 pm

bonjour,
Hi,

une nouvelle amélioration de la visite de l'Abbaye de Beauport avec l'utilisation du plugins autolevel qui permet l'adaptation automatique de la luminosité de la visite en fonction de l'endroit regardé comme le ferais un oeil.
a new improvement of the Tour using the autolevel plugins, which adapt automaticaly the lightness of the panorama to mimic the adaptation of the human eye.

http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/beauport/beauport.html

même traitement sur la cathédrale de Tréguier :
I do the same on the Cathedral of Treguier.
http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/treguier/treguier.html

Amicalement
Cheers
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