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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:07 pm 
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Kolor released a video preview of Paris 26 Gigapixels image: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PypARCJHJ9I
Feel free to forward it to your friends and relations :)

Till the big launch of the website on which you will be able to dive into the image and visit Paris like never before, you can follow the project (and become a fan) on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Paris-26-Gigapixels/251682104919

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Kolor a publié un aperçu vidéo de l'image Paris 26 Gigapixels : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PypARCJHJ9I
N'hésitez pas à  la transmettre à  vos amis et connaissances :)

En attendant le grand lancement du site sur lequel vous pourrez plonger dans l'image et visiter Paris d'une façon totalement nouvelle, vous pouvez suivre le projet (et devenir fan) sur la page Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Paris-26-Gigapixels/251682104919

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:44 pm 
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Looking good...

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Rami wrote:
Kolor released a video preview ...

How did you make the video?

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We tried several tools to capture the screen while zooming in and out, and found only one application that managed to capture this "fast motion" scene : Screenflow (for Mac).

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Rami wrote:
We tried several tools to capture the screen while zooming in and out, and found only one application that managed to capture this "fast motion" scene : Screenflow (for Mac).

Rami,

Thanks for that info - it looks like a very impressive program. A pity it's Mac only.

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Wow! Can you tell us what sort of postprocessing you did? What did you do at the RAW development stage, what did you do after that but before stitching, but did you do after stitching? For example how did you handle the high dynamic range and bringing out the shadows, how did you handle color adjustments?

Fraps is best for capturing fast action scenes, e.g. games. Should work well with this too.
In Linux showmydesktop does best of all the recorders I tested for that platform, but its not as good as fraps.


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Don't know what's most boring - Gigapixel or HDR?

Where are the Parisiennes?


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Tiens, le Paris 20 est passé au Paris 26 ;) !!

Le pb, c'est que 26Gp n'est plus un record, il y a déjà  un pano allemand avec cette taille (bon, avec 50% de ciel bleu, mais quand même)...
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Il aurait fallut taper les 30, voir 40 pour faire un gros coup !!!

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Where are the Parisiennes?

Sitting in their rooms stitching and knitting i guess.

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P.S.: is there anything not boring you . . . besides your own things? :cool:

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Note: nous on est à  26.7 gigapixels. Dresden, ils sont en dessous ... Donc, record, man, record :) ( Et sans ciel bleu )


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Note: nous on est à  26.7 gigapixels. Dresden, ils sont en dessous ... Donc, record, man, record :) ( Et sans ciel bleu )

:):cool::cool::cool:

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klausesser wrote:
AlexandreJ wrote:
Note: nous on est à  26.7 gigapixels. Dresden, ils sont en dessous ... Donc, record, man, record :) ( Et sans ciel bleu )

:):cool::cool::cool:

best, Klaus

;-)) yes - manually adding pixel per pixel to get the 30 gigapixels....
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:) ( Et sans ciel bleu )

GRAN RISERVA
just add another 26.7 gigapixel blue sky to rise the winning margin :lol:

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Gran riserva ahahaha :D You guys made my day :D

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Are you busy adding hotspots for 360 panoramas and ambient sound captures to the Paris 26 Gigapixel panorama? It would be great to hear people ordering lunch at a cafe, the metro, etc.

Have you thought about adding a guided tour where the viewer would zoom in to interesting parts of the panorama? Either for a moment, or until you press the next button.

I am excited to see what you have done as well as splendid graphical elements from Ma.

Also, 3 hours and 14 minutes seems so incredible. Does that time include blending and rendering or just stitching?


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There will be a music, and an automatic tour, of course.
Yes, the rendering speed is incredible : 3 h 14 minutes contains drag'n'drop of the .pano project file on the batch renderer, click render and wait until finish. It doesn't include the detection and edition of course.


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Rami wrote:
Kolor a publié un aperçu vidéo de l'image Paris 26 Gigapixels : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PypARCJHJ9I
N'hésitez pas à  la transmettre à  vos amis et connaissances :)

peut on le voir ailleurs, pas de Youtube en Tunisie :(


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You should describe the used hardware and the technical side of things on the blog, too!

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You are right [bo]. We'll publish details on the blog.


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To wildha :

La vidéo est aussi disponible sur Dailymotion.

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merci rami
j'ai oublié de préciser qu'ici nos explorers refusent d'afficher les sites communautaires de partage de vidéo, dailymotion compris; sans doute un bug :rolleyes:


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