[SOLVED] limit view of pano  

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Xander Berkenhagen
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[SOLVED] limit view of pano

by Xander Berkenhagen » Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:56 am

Is it possible to limit the rotation of a pano.

i.e. one of my customers likes the the front of his store on the pano, but does not like the view across the street.
Would it be possible to limit vertical and horizontal rotation?

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Re: limit view of pano

by mediavets » Thu Apr 03, 2014 12:18 pm

Xander Berkenhagen wrote:Is it possible to limit the rotation of a pano.

i.e. one of my customers likes the the front of his store on the pano, but does not like the view across the street.
Would it be possible to limit vertical and horizontal rotation?


Yes, see:
viewtopic.php?f=6&t=21976

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Re:limit view of pano

by Xander Berkenhagen » Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:50 pm

Okay I can limit it now.
But sometimes I need to move the pano to the left (or right) to get the subject in the middle.
But when I apply that trick, the pano goes back to it's initial position..
And I can't select the right crop then...

Any idea how to fix that?

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Re: Re:limit view of pano

by mediavets » Fri Apr 04, 2014 9:09 am

Xander Berkenhagen wrote:Okay I can limit it now.
But sometimes I need to move the pano to the left (or right) to get the subject in the middle.
But when I apply that trick, the pano goes back to it's initial position..
And I can't select the right crop then...

Any idea how to fix that?

I don't understand the problem.

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Re: [SOLVED] limit view of pano

by Xander Berkenhagen » Sun Apr 06, 2014 8:56 pm

Okay let me try to explain it.

sometimes my subject is not completely in the middle of pano (in the viewer)
It could be on the left and both the right side.

If you want to limit the horizontal axis you need to move the subject to the middle if the pano is not created with that.

So I tried to move the pano after the little trick but it won't let me.
And if you move the pano first, you click to another pano after that it resets to it's original position.

So the only thing what works is to save the pano with the subject in the middle first... if you need to narrow the possible view.

So I would like this to change in the software, that it's easier to narrow the horizontal view and it remembers when you move the pano.

Regards,

Xander

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Re: [SOLVED] limit view of pano

by mediavets » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:11 pm

Xander Berkenhagen wrote:Okay let me try to explain it.

sometimes my subject is not completely in the middle of pano (in the viewer)
It could be on the left and both the right side.

If you want to limit the horizontal axis you need to move the subject to the middle if the pano is not created with that.

So I tried to move the pano after the little trick but it won't let me.
And if you move the pano first, you click to another pano after that it resets to it's original position.

So the only thing what works is to save the pano with the subject in the middle first... if you need to narrow the possible view.

So I would like this to change in the software, that it's easier to narrow the horizontal view and it remembers when you move the pano.

Regards,

Xander

No, I still fail to understand.

It sounds as if you wish to have a 0ffset crop.

I can do that with no problem.
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