reinhardkiss wrote:Hello Desteny,
of course I want forum member advice - what I do not want are those strange quotes from Morgan. Sorry for the long URL, will change it.
Any suggestion is welcome
reinhardkiss wrote:Hello Klaus,
thanks for your reply. I use to shoot the video from the same angle in the "photographic world", and it works almost fine. But this is a different approach. I try to achieve implementing a LivePano into a 3D Rendering (360° equirectangular).
Of course the Godiva Video is only a try and maybe not the best example.
The goal should be filming a Salesperson in front of a Greenscreen and implementing it into the 3D Pano. So no angle comes in play. But if I understand the post of Gil right, it can be done. I only don't know how.
Best Greetings from Vienna
the point is that I do not have any photographic images in this case. I have 3D Rendering (3ds Max Virtualization). The VRay Renderer is able to render in a photographic Quality, and it is able to produce a 360° spherical image as TIFF or JPEG or HDR or whatever, but it is not a stitched photograph. And therefore also no tripot-outline. This is my point of despair.
Greetings to Dusseldorf, love this city as well
ygilquin wrote:In a nutshell, Livepano has been designed to work with 2 MANDATORY inputs: a video and an Autopano project used for stitching the background. Background and video are supposed to be shot with the same lens in the exact same conditions.
ygilquin wrote:In your case, you have neither the stitched panorama, nor the video shot in same conditions. So I really wonder why you want to use Livepano for this project. This is nonsense.
ygilquin wrote:But I can try to suggest 2 options to help you:
- you really really want to use Livepano: try to generate two spherical images, with a 10° shift e.g. Feed Panotour with them, and extract cube faces for both. There you have 12 planar pictures of the same place, with some overlap. Use the 12 pictures as Autopano input to stitch the panorama. Now you should have a panorama stitched with Autopano (project file + rendered image) and a video that you can integrate following my previous explanations.
- ok Livepano is a very cool tool, but you don't really need it there: center your panorama where you want to merge your video. Extract cube faces, keep centered one and merge your video with this. Then in Panotour, create a video hotspot with the merged video that will be easily positionned.
ygilquin wrote:The fact is Destiny is perfectly right.
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