Feedback and Help Requested

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BigBirdy
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Feedback and Help Requested

Post by BigBirdy » Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:25 pm

Well I finally learned enough to realize that I cant create smooth animations with a set of images used in the individual images object settings. So I took some test images this morning and used the Canon PhotoStitch that came with my 30D and it seem to create a decent 360 degree panorama which I then used to create a Panorama/Cyclindrical image. The result is below

http://www.openenterprise.ca/images/VR/NewProject.html

So now the questions:

1: What is the difference between Equirectangle and Cubic? and when/why would I use these?

2: How can I get greater vertical movement/area? I can zoom in with ctrl/shift and then move up and down, but zoomed out it is on one plane?

3: When I created a flash version, motion is pretty jerky. How can I smooth this out?

http://www.openenterprise.ca/images/VR/ ... ct-fl.html

4: When creating suitable 360 degree panorama's, should I be creating additional sequences at different planes, and if so, how do I stitch those together?

Thanks for any help that a anyone can provide

VKNT
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Post by VKNT » Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:42 am

1. http://wiki.panotools.org/Panorama_formats

2. Shoot sperical panorama's. You will need a panoramic head for that. http://wiki.panotools.org/Hardware

3. Flash hasn't got hardware accelaration, so it won't get any better. (I think)

4. Yes you should, see 2. and stiching can be done using PT-Gui, but there are other programs available too.
http://www.ptgui.com/

VKNT
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Post by VKNT » Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:44 am

Or take a look here.

http://www.panoguide.com/howto/

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