Movie does not rotate along horizontal plane?

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Movie does not rotate along horizontal plane?

Post by BigBirdy » Thu Jun 19, 2008 8:06 pm

It has been some time since I created a 360 pano but I seem to have forgotten some steps, or have done something wrong. I took 54 shots in portrait mode using a panoasur kit. 18 shots at 0, 18 at +45 and 18 at -45. I stitched them in Hugin and then opened the pano tiff in pano2qtvr and kept the defaults and created a QT movie. It looks ok but is not rotating along the horizontal plane? You can see what I mean at the link below

Any suggestions?

Sample
http://www.johnnystork.ca/Content/sample.mov


ps: So is QT support gone now in the latest version, which has a new name? Is this the only change?

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Re: Movie does not rotate along horizontal plane?

Post by 360Texas » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:27 pm

I am using IE 7 service pack 1... can not see your work. Status bar reads "error on page'
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Re: Movie does not rotate along horizontal plane?

Post by thomas » Sun Jun 22, 2008 8:38 pm

BigBirdy wrote:It has been some time since I created a 360 pano but I seem to have forgotten some steps, or have done something wrong. I took 54 shots in portrait mode using a panoasur kit. 18 shots at 0, 18 at +45 and 18 at -45. I stitched them in Hugin and then opened the pano tiff in pano2qtvr and kept the defaults and created a QT movie. It looks ok but is not rotating along the horizontal plane? You can see what I mean at the link below
Any suggestions?
You need to fix the horizon in your stitching software. If you have used PtGui you may find http://www.ptgui.com/man/straighten.html interesting.
ps: So is QT support gone now in the latest version, which has a new name? Is this the only change?
QuickTime is still supported. The only change is that the software doesn't depend on QuickTime so Pano2VR runs even if you have no QuickTime installed (for example there is no QuickTime for WinXP 64 bit, Vista 64 bit or Linux). You can still export .mov files an watch them with alternative viewers like DevalVR or FreePV.
MfG, Thomas

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