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[PTP1.5B2 OSX64 trial] What is the maximum size for export wide

by Sam » Wed Nov 17, 2010 11:27 pm

What is the maximum size for export wide in PTP1.5B2 OSX64 trial Version and in the final version, because my Panoramas are about 4 times smaller in PTP.



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by ygilquin » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:36 am

Panotour export max width is 2879x2879 (Flash limitation).
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by klausesser » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:52 pm

ygilquin wrote:Panotour export max width is 2879x2879 (Flash limitation).

"Partial pano width" . . . it was "cubeface-size" before? Or what does it mean?

I usually have 3184px as cubeface-size when i use 10000x5000px images.
And i use 512 for "cutting size".

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by mediavets » Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:14 pm

ygilquin wrote:Panotour export max width is 2879x2879 (Flash limitation).

Yes, but that doesn't really answer his question.

He is talking about the max value one can assign to the 'Partial panorama width' value/variable for partial panos.

2879x2879 is not a value one could enter here is it?

This is not the same thing as the 'Cube face size' value/variable for equirectangular 360x180 panos.
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by mediavets » Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:22 pm

klausesser wrote:
ygilquin wrote:Panotour export max width is 2879x2879 (Flash limitation).

"Partial pano width" . . . it was "cubeface-size" before? Or what does it mean?

I usually have 3184px as cubeface-size when i use 10000x5000px images.
And i use 512 for "cutting size".

best,. Klaus

Partial panos - those witha pano FOV of less than 360x180 - are handled diferently from panos with 360x180 pano FOV in PT/PTP.

The settings dialogue panels for each type is different.

For partial panos witha pano FOV of less than 360x180 - see screenshot 1.

For 360x180 pano FOV panos - see screenshot 2.




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by klausesser » Thu Nov 18, 2010 2:02 pm

mediavets wrote:Partial panos - those witha pano FOV of less than 360x180 - are handled diferently from panos with 360x180 panoFOV in PT/PTP.
The settings dialogue panels for each type is different.
For partial panos witha pano FOV of les sthan 360x180 - see screenshot 1.
For 360x180 pano FOV panos - see screenshot 2.

Hi Andrew!

Thanks - i mixed that up.

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by Sam » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:24 pm

Maybe export size was the wrong name. I ment "Partial Panorama Width" is 48.384, but the picture has 183.306 Pixel wide and 75.556 pixel height. So what do I wrong? And who do I know which the best "Cutting Size" is? View angel are 360x150° and spherical.
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by ygilquin » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:51 pm

[uli]Partial panorama pictures: panorama size is at max input image size (in pixels) for Panotour Pro and limited to 200.000.000 for Panotour[/uli]
[uli]Equirectangular panorama pictures: cube face size is unlimited for Panotour Pro and limited to 5700 for Panotour[/uli]

Cutting size is a clue for calculation algorithm bounding tiles size when creating resolution pyramid.

Better explanations about all these controls will be covered in official documentation.
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by Sam » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:42 pm

• Partial panorama pictures: panorama size is at max input image size (in pixels) for Panotour Pro and limited to 200.000.000 for Panotour

I don't understand why I can not go bigger then 48.384 Pixel in "Partial panorama pictures", because the input image is 183.306 Pixel wide. So PTP downsize the Panorama and I can't do anythink against it. First I though it is a trial limit, but you sad that the limit is 200.000.000. So I don't understand. Is it maybe that I have only 12 GB RAM, 8,5 GB for PTP. The input Image it 8bit, sRGB and Photoshop .psb.

Cutting size is a clue for calculation algorithm bounding tiles size when creating resolution pyramid.

This I understand, but why should I chance the "Equirectangular panorama pictures" value. Is there same advantage in having a smaller or biger "bounding tiles size".

Thank you
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by mediavets » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:58 pm

ygilquin wrote:[uli]Partial panorama pictures: panorama size is at max input image size (in pixels) for Panotour Pro and limited to 200.000.000 for Panotour[/uli]

The data field is actually named Partial Panorama Width.

Does 'at max input image size (in pixels)' mean unlimited?

Does 200.000.000 mean what I would write as 200,000,000 - in other words two hundred million.
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by Sam » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:54 pm

• Partial panorama pictures: panorama size is at max input image size (in pixels) for Panotour Pro and limited to 200.000.000 for Panotour

I don't understand why I can not go bigger then 48.384 Pixel in "Partial panorama pictures", because the input image is 183.306 Pixel wide. So PTP downsize the Panorama and I can't do anythink against it. First I though it is a trial limit, but you sad that the limit is 200.000.000. So I don't understand. Is it maybe that I have only 12 GB RAM, 8,5 GB for PTP. The input Image it 8bit, sRGB and Photoshop .psb.

Cutting size is a clue for calculation algorithm bounding tiles size when creating resolution pyramid.

This I understand, but why should I chance the "Equirectangular panorama pictures" value. Is there same advantage in having a smaller or biger "bounding tiles size".

Thank you

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by ygilquin » Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:11 am

mediavets wrote:The data field is actually named Partial Panorama Width.

This shows I work too much with French version of Panotour ;)

mediavets wrote:Does 'at max input image size (in pixels)' mean unlimited?

It means: you can set any size not exceeding image size. If your input image is for example 2000px wide, you will be able to set any width less than or equal to 2000

mediavets wrote:Does 200.000.000 mean what I would write as 200,000,000 - in other words two hundred million.

Good assumption.
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by Sam » Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:40 pm

So my problem sees to be a bug. I move it to "Panotour bugs report". See

http://www.autopano.net/forum/t10570-i-can-not-go-bigger-then-48.384-pixel-in-partial-panorama-pictures


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