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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:30 pm 
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I used the 70.zip from this link and used the gopro preset.
how can I add additional Preference Panoramas?
The one displayed is automatically created by APV...

Georg

EDIT: ups lost the link: here it is: http://www.kolor.com/forum/p118181-2013-06-24-21-09-02#p118181



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There are several way to create a new reference:
- copy the .pano file and drag'n'drop it to reference zone
- go to another timing and hit again stitch

Several references can be created but only one is active for the rendering.


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AlexandreJ wrote:
There are several way to create a new reference:
- copy the .pano file and drag'n'drop it to reference zone
- go to another timing and hit again stitch

Several references can be created but only one is active for the rendering.

ok. understand now...

maybe for future Releases: allowing several references points.
Each one is set at a specific time Frame code.
The render could use the first reference until timecode has reached the next set reference Point.
so more influence on the final stitch could be achieved to reflect the difference Scenes (car driving throuth a tunnel.... leaving the tunnel; crounded crossing with lot of People passing the cams in Close distance... entering a park where People are 30-50m away... so differente parallax situations could be handled...

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Of course Georg. This is planned with the timeline :)


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AlexandreJ wrote:
Of course Georg. This is planned with the timeline :)

Nice features

Created multiple panoramas and opened them in APG to correct a number of problems. The used markers to correct certain issues. This resulted in black particles.



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HansKeesom wrote:
AlexandreJ wrote:
Of course Georg. This is planned with the timeline :)

Nice features

Created multiple panoramas and opened them in APG to correct a number of problems. The used markers to correct certain issues. This resulted in black particles.

yep. currently you can create multiple references but only the active selected will finally applied to render the complete Video...
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I think the point Hans is referring to is that as of now, if you set masking points, despite the fact the panorama looks fine in APG, when you render it in AVP, you get black holes where the masking points were.

Something definitely not quite right there.


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gddxb wrote:
I think the point Hans is referring to is that as of now, if you set masking points, despite the fact the panorama looks fine in APG, when you render it in AVP, you get black holes where the masking points were.

Something definitely not quite right there.

ah ok. was lazy reading...
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gkaefer wrote:
gddxb wrote:
I think the point Hans is referring to is that as of now, if you set masking points, despite the fact the panorama looks fine in APG, when you render it in AVP, you get black holes where the masking points were.

Something definitely not quite right there.

ah ok. was lazy reading...
Georg

Still you pointed out an interesting point. I was hoping this would already work, even though I can see how complicated this is as you have to come up with a way how to make a transition between one set of markers to another set of markers.

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