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same ano, two hotspots, two POV's...

by BrunoM » Tue Aug 06, 2013 5:19 pm

Hi there,

I 'm looking a code to insert in the XML to allow a different point of view on the same pano depending where you coming from. I look for the same effect tat street view (go forward, you see forward you go backward you see backward). Up to here if a hotspot links to a"previous" pano the point of view doesn't look like we're going backward but ready to go forward again (hope this is clear enough...). To sum up every pano allow only one POV and I'd like to program several. Anyone can help?

Bruno

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by udrh » Wed Aug 07, 2013 5:01 am

There is some documentation here which might help http://www.autopano.net/wiki-en/action/view/Panotour_Pro_-_Interface_-_3D_Editor.

The 'spot view' function could be a solution. You can set a spot view for any panorama hotspot by using the 3D editor panel. If a hotspot is selected, then the 'set spot view' button will set the orientation of the targeted pano for that particular hotspot. I have used this to create forward and backward 'paths' through my tours.

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Michael

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by mediavets » Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:09 am

udrh wrote:There is some documentation here which might help http://www.autopano.net/wiki-en/action/view/Panotour_Pro_-_Interface_-_3D_Editor.

The 'spot view' function could be a solution. You can set a spot view for any panorama hotspot by using the 3D editor panel. If a hotspot is selected, then the 'set spot view' button will set the orientation of the targeted pano for that particular hotspot. I have used this to create forward and backward 'paths' through my tours.

Cheers,
Michael

So you used the Default view when going in one directon and the Spot view when going in the other direction, by settiing hotpot transitions accordingly?
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by udrh » Thu Aug 08, 2013 4:28 am

So you used the Default view when going in one directon and the Spot view when going in the other direction, by settiing hotpot transitions accordingly?

Yes, that's right.


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