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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 3:38 am 
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Dear all,

it's done. 360 VR Timelapse with Transitions.

http://christophmalin.com/2013/07/four-new-360-vr-timelapse-created/

Hopefully something for the future of AutoPano Video.

Cheers
Christoph Malin
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 10:51 am 
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vertrider wrote:
Dear all,

it's done. 360 VR Timelapse with Transitions.

http://christophmalin.com/2013/07/four-new-360-vr-timelapse-created/

Hopefully something for the future of AutoPano Video.

Cheers
Christoph Malin
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Twanight.org/cmalin

Maybe you should point to the one you mean . . ?

best, Klaus

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:02 pm 
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Dear Klaus,

the last five Timelapse VR's - the first one is just for newbies (there is a surprising amount of people which have never seen a VR nor used it.

I split them up as om first instance I did a long one where all were incorporated, but such a file is just too big.

All the best,
Chris

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:46 pm 
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vertrider wrote:
Dear Klaus,

the last five Timelapse VR's - the first one is just for newbies (there is a surprising amount of people which have never seen a VR nor used it.

I split them up as om first instance I did a long one where all were incorporated, but such a file is just too big.

All the best,
Chris

Hi Chris!

Thx! I´ll look at them.

best, Klaus

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:31 pm 
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Hi Chris.. Sorry to say the last 5, which I am assuming are the ones to view, do not play on my Mac.. I get nothing...
The part pano created using other pano software works but is blurry.. I guess since the stars are so far away.. Hey.. I guess you already know.. but I will tell you anyway..; The light we see was created in the times of the Dinosaur and in many cases long before.. In fact, if a new star was created now.. we would not see it in the nigh sky for millions of year.. In fact, some of the stars we have been seeing in the night sky, might not have existed for millions of years, since it taken millions of years to see its light.. :D If I go way out bush here, I can see some really nice night skies but, Ayers Rock at Uluru was just amazing.. Very very very clear and bight.. many shooting stares too. :)

Destiny...

vertrider wrote:
Dear all,

it's done. 360 VR Timelapse with Transitions.

http://christophmalin.com/2013/07/four-new-360-vr-timelapse-created/

Hopefully something for the future of AutoPano Video.

Cheers
Christoph Malin
Christophmalin.com
Twanight.org/cmalin

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:52 pm 
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vertrider wrote:
Dear Klaus,

the last five Timelapse VR's - the first one is just for newbies (there is a surprising amount of people which have never seen a VR nor used it.

I split them up as om first instance I did a long one where all were incorporated, but such a file is just too big.

All the best,
Chris

Hey Chris!

I looked at them right now. very nicely done! But i suggest to uae a bit slower cloud-movings - this woud make it more elegant.
The way it is it´s a bit frantic i mean - doesn´t make you relax and "feel" the space . . . :cool:

Do you try a rail?

best, Klaus

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