Pano 2 DVD or Video

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Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:57 am

Hi folks

I need your advise on this one.
I want to put a pano tour onto DVD.

Possibilities:
I tryed camstudio but with little success.
When in autorun mode I capture the pano in a sized window (not fullscreen) but you see the frames slightly stocking in Highres (required for fullscreen on DVD & TV).

My objectif:
Making a tour completely showing automatically:
Pano1 : Autorotate
full 360 go to Pano 2
Pano2 : Autorotate
etc. etc.
at the last one reloop the whole project.


I'm using a WinXP - DualCore 4GB Ram 256 geforce

What alternative software or workarounds did you use.
What size did you make the output (720x5xx) or fullscreen (whatever it is 1024x768 etc..)

Thanks for hints on the workflow or further links on the web for this.
It's for a portfolio project so any advise = welcome.

Cheers
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Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:04 pm

need very quality tools... like as composing and NLE production software

powerful Suite - Adobe Affter Effects / Adobe Premiere

making Virtual tour with Horizon plugin on After Effects and create post-production output with Premiere (choice video size / format and more)

see example - http://mmgfx.com/horizon/
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Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:26 pm

Hum I clicked on your link. IE 7 issued a page called "Trap code".

Did I do something wrong?
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Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:46 pm

Oph... yes, trouble via IE...

I guess it's swfobject.js call some problem...

~ 10 min for find and fix this... be patient
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Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:25 pm

This link work now - http://mmgfx.com/horizon/

*I change 'FLV palyer engine"

PS....
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Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:36 pm

Another idea:

there is a very interesting app tha can do your work and it is less expensive.


http://www.lqgraphics.com/software/phototomovie.php
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 11:56 am

WOW :shock: :shock:

Thanks for the fast and really cool replies.
to eric : those video tut. really rock. Thanks a lot. I will punch into.
to dp.math :The phototransition tool is a creat app too and easy to implement creating fast results. Thanks for these too.
to hum@no.id : I definitely will give it a try.

I'am no amateur of adobe after effects and have a strong learning curve in front of me but I think with the video tuts I should make creat progress in short time.

Thanks very much for your reply. I really appreciate.

Cheers


PS Off topic:
To hum@no.id : Would you midn sharing information on what hardware (camera + lens) you use for your panoramas. (e.g.this one http://www.mmgfx.com/dialin/alex1_broad_band.html
They are great and very sharp.
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Mon Feb 09, 2009 2:24 pm

If your happy putting videos together onto DVD then why don't you keep things simple (and cheap) and try this, Pano2Movie(http://www.pano2movie.com)? Convert your panoramas into Apple QuickTime and with this utility it will create a video clip on a predefined path for each panorama. Once you have got your video clips for each panorama it would be a simple task to edit them together onto a DVD. I haven't used the software for over a year now and since then Ian has released a new version. It doesn't matter if your a PC or Mac users as there are versions for both.

Hope this helps,

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Photoset - http://www.mmgfx.com/dialin/

1 -13 Nikon D90 / Sigma 8mm 3.5
14,15 Nikon D200 / Sigma 8mm 3.5

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If your happy putting videos together onto DVD then why don't you keep things simple (and cheap) and try this, Pano2Movie(http://www.pano2movie.com)?
Hi Software asks for "qtvr" file.
How can I get one like that.
Pano2VR creates Quicktime mov

any hints?
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Sat Mar 07, 2009 10:37 pm

Hi,

The two different files that you are talking about are one and the same. A Quicktime mov file is just a container that can contain many different formats, from straight movies through to "Virtual Reality" panoramas. You should just take the Quicktime file that Pano2VR creates and give it to Pano2Movie.

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Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:03 pm

Pano2Video

for Out-door (billboards) and In-door TV adv. video

Mastering with Adobe AfterEffects/ Panorama's Plugin Red Giant (former Trapcode) Horizon

http://mmgfx.com/preview/telli_40_out_flourish.mpg

*source Full HD

brand _http://telli.kz/
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Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:54 pm

Hi Hum
Outstanding, as always. :D
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