alosurdo wrote:Hi, i usually do 360 degree virtual tours for customers, however i have had a customer who wanted approx a 160 degree panorama taken and then inputed to look like a virtual tour, once you get to one side you scroll back the other way ...
alosurdo wrote:Hi Mediavets, maybe i am missing something here. I simply open Panotour Pro, press the add panorama image and it gives me a unusable tour, with a severely distorted horizon.
I have used the stretched version and the version with the black on top. I am unsure of what to do to get a useable result.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I should add, this was stitched in PTgui
alosurdo wrote:actually, i think i just worked it out. Use the Image with the black, then use the crop funtion in PanotourPro and works.
I am only using the low res file i have uploaded as i have left the full res at the office but it seems to be working
alosurdo wrote:ahhh damn i tried to export for a idevice and it wont let me tick the Ipad option (which is what the client needs)
So what your saying is that pretty much the only way to get this to work is if i purchase AutoPano Pro??
alosurdo wrote:so at the moment, to get this to work as is on a idevice with PTP 1.8 is pretty much undoable. It cant be done??
i have contacted support asking if it will work on PTP2
alosurdo wrote:Ok good news, we are getting closer. I have used your "hack" and it loads fine on a idevice, te H Crop is honoured.
alosurdo wrote:yes you are correct, sorry was a typo.
Any ideas on how to get it to 359 and not 360? It is so close to complete...
alosurdo wrote:thanks for all your help, i really do appreciate it. I have found a solution using pano2vr. Not the best solution, it is a little messy but the result will suffice.
The link you provided does work on a ipad.
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