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The panorama currently selected in the Central window is automatically displayed in the 3D Editor window.
  
 
[[Image:apt-en-3D.png|center]]
 
[[Image:apt-en-3D.png|center]]
  
== Tools bar ==
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== Toolbar ==
  
 
{| style="background-color:#cccccc;" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="1" border="0"
 
{| style="background-color:#cccccc;" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="1" border="0"
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
| [[Image:move_full.png‎]]
 
| [[Image:move_full.png‎]]
| Full screen mode: displays the window in full screen.
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| Full screen mode: toggles the full screen mode on.  
* if the window is floating, screen used will be the one where the window is.
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* If the panel is floating the window will use the monitor it’s displayed on.
* if the window is docked, screen used will be a different one (if exist).
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* If the panel is docked the window will (if available) use a different monitor than the one used by the software window.
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
| [[Image:back.png‎]]
 
| [[Image:back.png‎]]
| Previous: select the previous panorama
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| Previous: select the next panorama (in the order they were added to the project)
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
|- style="background-color:#f5f5f5;"
 
| [[Image:forward.png‎]]
 
| [[Image:forward.png‎]]
| Next : select the next panorama
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| Next: select the next panorama (in the order they were added to the project)
 
|}
 
|}
  
The left button of the mouse and the scroll wheel let you move in the 3D projection of the panorama.
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The left mouse button and the mouse scroll wheel can be used to move around inside the panorama 3D projection.  
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== Panorama default view ==
  
== Default view of the panorama ==
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* select a panorama in the Central window.
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* use the mouse to define the desired position.
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* use the contextual menu (right click) to define the navigation properties for the final rendering of the panorama.
  
* Select a panorama in the central window
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== Hostspot destination view ==
* Use the mouse to define the default position you want
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* Use the contextual menu (right-click) to define the navigation properties of the panorama's final rendering
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== Destination view of a hotspot ==
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* select one hotspot (only one) linked to a panorama in the Central window.
* Select a hotspot linked to a panorama in the central window
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* use the mouse to define the desired position.
* Use the mouse to define the position you want
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* use the contextual menu (right click) to configure the destination view.
* Use the contextual menu (right-click) to define the destination view
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This tool lets you define a transition: the view will automatically move from the destination view of the hotspot to the default view of the panorama, when entering in this panorama via this hotspot.
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This tool lets you choose a animated transition effect: the view will move from the destination hotspot to the panorama default view when entering the panorama via this hotspot.  
  
[[Category:Autopano Tour 1.0]]
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[[Catégorie:Autopano Tour 1.0]]
[[fr:Fenêtre d'édition 3D]]
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[[fr: Fenêtre d'édition 3D]]

Revision as of 22:11, 28 August 2009

The panorama currently selected in the Central window is automatically displayed in the 3D Editor window.

Apt-en-3D.png

Toolbar

Move full.png Full screen mode: toggles the full screen mode on.
  • If the panel is floating the window will use the monitor it’s displayed on.
  • If the panel is docked the window will (if available) use a different monitor than the one used by the software window.
Back.png Previous: select the next panorama (in the order they were added to the project)
Forward.png Next: select the next panorama (in the order they were added to the project)

The left mouse button and the mouse scroll wheel can be used to move around inside the panorama 3D projection.

Panorama default view

  • select a panorama in the Central window.
  • use the mouse to define the desired position.
  • use the contextual menu (right click) to define the navigation properties for the final rendering of the panorama.

Hostspot destination view

  • select one hotspot (only one) linked to a panorama in the Central window.
  • use the mouse to define the desired position.
  • use the contextual menu (right click) to configure the destination view.

This tool lets you choose a animated transition effect: the view will move from the destination hotspot to the panorama default view when entering the panorama via this hotspot.

Catégorie:Autopano Tour 1.0