Is there any way to convert planar Gpix into HTML5?  

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Saulius
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Is there any way to convert planar Gpix into HTML5?

by Saulius » Mon May 27, 2013 3:15 pm

Hello,
I am looking for some advise how to publish planar/cylindrical Gpix on HTML5?
...is this way to canvas image size up to 2:1 and restrict wiever parameters xml?
Thank you!

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by klausesser » Mon May 27, 2013 7:06 pm

Saulius wrote:Hello,
I am looking for some advise how to publish planar/cylindrical Gpix on HTML5?
...is this way to canvas image size up to 2:1 and restrict wiever parameters xml?
Thank you!

Planar or cylindrical - you need to decide.

You can use up to 120 - 140° for planar projection - preferably Panini.
For cylindical you can have 360° - but you´ll have bent horizontals.

best, Klaus
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by mediavets » Mon May 27, 2013 7:24 pm

Saulius wrote:Hello,
I am looking for some advise how to publish planar/cylindrical Gpix on HTML5?
...is this way to canvas image size up to 2:1 and restrict wiever parameters xml?
Thank you!

You could have to render as spherical and 'pad' it to 2:1 - but the HTML5 panorama viewer supplied with PTP 1.8 does not honour the virtual crop on the VFOV.

So it's a non-starter.

...........

I believe the Gigapan site can now deliver HTML5 compatible views to appropriate platforms:

http://gigapan.com/cms/view

Or you might like to try this viewer and related tools:

http://www.bigmike.it/gigapx2pano/

http://www.dimin.net/software/panojs/
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