Preparing stereo pairs fo rthe Pano2VR input

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Bostjan
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Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:18 pm

I have most probaby missed the previous topic but here it is one of mine:
I have made a visualisation of a cave system with the stereo and joining pairs together with the image editor is not a problem, but a problem is when I need to prepare 100+ stereo pairs...
Maybe a tip how to quickly prepare stereo pairs for the p2VR input ? (ORBX method from a couple of years ago used to be a "pain")...kind of batch process ?
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Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:40 pm

Hi,
I guess the fasted way will depend on your current panoramas.
If you have two equirectangular images you can join them together in say photoshop using either L/R or L - R, above each other or side by side.
You can then drop this into Pano2VR light.
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Bostjan
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Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:00 am

As I mentioned,..to join stereo pairs with th eimage editor ( like Gimp, Pixlr or if someone have Photoshop, etc..) is not a problem - the problem is to join "a lot" of stereo pairs. (where are each pair even diffrent formats and sizes).
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Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:26 pm

If they have logical names and you know scripting you could use ImageMagick to do this from the command line.
Another option would be a Photoshop batch job.
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Thu Nov 14, 2019 12:16 pm

Hey!
I needed a similar app, and after a quick google search I found a program called "stereo photo maker". What it does is you can select a whole folder, or just a few images, and convert them from any type of stereo images (L/R, _tb, etc), to a different one. I used it to convert _tb images to separate L/R images.
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