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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2012 4:07 pm 
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Is there a way to convert the virtual tour to a YouTube compatible video.
I would like to be able to convert the Virtual Tours to a video I can then submit to YouTube. Is this possible

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no built in feature.
But tools like http://camstudio.org/ can do the job...
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I have Camstudio an even Camtasia Studio but I do not see how they can convert my VT to video.

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thepcman wrote:
I have Camstudio an even Camtasia Studio but I do not see how they can convert my VT to video.

Thank you

These are screen capture programs that produce video output.

You move/play/view the VTs on screen and they get captured as video.

It's not that easy to do and you may not be happy with the results.

My feeling is that if you want video then shoot video.

Why do you want to try and display a VT as video anyway?

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The only software I know of that specifically claims to be able to do this is Pano2Movie, but I've never managed to do much with it and it requires QTVR as input.

http://pano2movie.com/

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thepcman wrote:
Is there a way to convert the virtual tour to a YouTube compatible video.
I would like to be able to convert the Virtual Tours to a video I can then submit to YouTube. Is this possible

Thank you

There´s a way doing it in AfterEffects - but it´s rather complicated. We did it in 2010 for a client´s TV-spot: http://360impressions.de/OrangeCinema.mov
You can make a virtual camera which moves inside your sphere.

Yoau also can use Cinema4D, Maya or 3D MAX and some others.

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