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Old Sep 24, 2013, 6:37 PM   #1
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Made an 8 shot pano at the Bucco game this weekend with the 45.  I don't think it's all that good in a traditional photograph sense, but it's sure interesting to scan around and look at.

EDIT--won't even upload, that's probably for the better. Here's a link:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7339/9...7d1f75a1_o.jpg
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Old Sep 25, 2013, 9:46 AM   #2
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Wow, that's a big and heavy pano. What software did you use to create it?
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I used the free Microsoft ICE. It doesn't always line things up well (probably my fault) but I think it did a pretty good job here. It was easy. I probably could have done some tweaking on the image, but for my purposes here (just doing it for giggles and experimenting with panos) I think it's fine. I've never done a 19,000x2800 image before.
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I think it's pretty cool. While you are playing around I would also recommend trying out the photosynth feature which allows you to create online interactive views of your panoramas. Here is a link to one I created from a four shot panorama of the grand canyon;

http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=...&p=0:0&t=False

here is the static view


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That's impressive! If you knew anyone in that crowd, you could pick them out.
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That's impressive! If you knew anyone in that crowd, you could pick them out.
I agree. Well done.
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G'day Sammy

Yes mate - I looked at your pano and it is quite impressive
[ps- it took best part of 2 minutes to download via my usb wireless modem]

As a pano user too, may I comment that many of my panos are in the 20,000 to 30,000px width range too, and when saved are 100Mb to 300Mb TIF files.
I use Pixtra for my pano software and it handles them like a dream

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Sammy, how long did it take to grab the initial frames? It looks pretty quickly as the only player who does not seem to be in sync is the right fielder who appears uninterested in the coming pitch. Really nice view of the ball park and the crowd, fun to explore, thanks for creating/sharing this
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