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Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:44 pm
I like to know if the further release of pano2qtvr will include a Defish
functionality so that it would be possible to cube the bottom view
and accelerate the process of patching or cleaning the ground.
It would be so useful.
Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2007 3:11 pm
Pano2qtvr will let you convert a equirectangular 2:1 like 2000 x 4000 dimensioned image into 6 separate cube faces. Left, back, right, front, top and bottom. Following that you can open and edit the bottom face (or any of the 6 face tiles). Once you are comfortable with the editing.. it will reassemble the 6 cube faces back into the original image. Then you can convert the image into QTVR or with the Flash Pak.. into a .swf Flash image.
Hope that helps
Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2007 9:09 pm
Once you are comfortable with the editing.. it will reassemble the 6 cube faces back into the original image. Then you can convert the image into QTVR or with the Flash Pak.. into a .swf Flash image.
You really don't need to convert the cubes back to equi first.
You can use cubes directly as input for QTVR or flash.
Just choose "Project type= Cubic", then choose correct "Cube face base name".
This way you avoid another transformation (interpolation) step.
Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:15 pm
true.. had not thought about that. We rarely use QTVR... we are making a real effort to implement Flash.
and you probably already have seen this one
http://360texas.com/virtualtour/texas/s ... change.htm