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bkiter
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Sun Jan 26, 2020 4:57 pm

Hello, is it possible to place 2 different panos side by side? Like splitting the view vertical in the middle, to the left pano a and pano b to the right?

Thank you.
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Mon Jan 27, 2020 6:08 pm

Hi,
Not at the moment and will require a player rewrite.
This is in the bug tracker so is on the developer's radar.
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Tue Jan 28, 2020 2:27 am

Hi,
Hello, is it possible to place 2 different panos side by side? Like splitting the view vertical in the middle, to the left pano a and pano b to the right?
I've just created this in Pano2VR 6.2.5 using a workflow from a V4 tutorial. https://p2vrtutorials.s3-ap-southeast-2 ... index.html

I've tested it in iPhone 11 Pro, iPad Air and Samsung S8 and it works fine.

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If it's what you are after I can write up the workflow.

cheers,

Tony
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bkiter
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Tue Jan 28, 2020 3:21 am

Hello Tony,

Thank you! Yes, that's exactly the function I was looking for.

I would appreciate if you could write the workflow.

Best!
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Mon Feb 24, 2020 3:16 pm

Hi bkiter,
While searching for something else I came back to this post.
Your original request was to see a panorama split down the middle with one half being of one state say night and the other being another, say day.
I had it in my head you were referring to seeing one panorama split in two.

What Tony is showing is two different panoramas size by side which is not the same thing and no we can not do that just yet.
However, if you wanted what Tony shows you can do this quite easily using the Cardboard Template with Pano2VR pro.

You add the two panoramas to Pano2VR, Left and Right.
Then add an HTML5 output, under the HTML tab select the Cardboard template.

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Then use the Edit Skin configuration button to open the templates properties and select Stereo Pairs.

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When you create the project you will see a side by side showing the left and right panoramas.
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Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:50 pm

Hi,

I have been working on a project where the two panoramas overlay each other but are split in the middle rather than appearing side by side. I'm having a bit of trouble with the CSS for the right hand side as I'm a bit rusty in that area.

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Here's the current version online,

https://p2vrtutorials.s3-ap-southeast-2 ... xboth.html

You can see that the right hand side is slightly distorted as I've had to change the fov to get them to match up. When I get some time I'll revisit it.

cheers,

Tony
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