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Old Mar 9, 2009, 6:38 PM   #1
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i done stitching pictures with autostitch without a problem and now i am looking for a free way to view it.. any recommendations? i can do it with 3d studio max but i want it to be interactive and controllable with mouse!..
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Old Mar 12, 2009, 5:29 AM   #2
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thanks for replies!

i made with easypano but it have watermarks..

http://www.minyatur.info/misc/app

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Old Mar 25, 2009, 3:38 PM   #3
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You can use the free version of Pano2QTVR to create a QTVR panorama (.mov)from your equirectantgular image, but you must extend the canvas size vertically to add blank space at top and bottomso that the image has dimensions that are exactly in the ratio 2:1. E.g. 4000x2000 pixels. The horizon should run straight across the centre of the image. You can also use the freestanding viewers DevalVR and FSPViewer to view either the equirectangular image or the .mov QTVR file.
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Old Mar 27, 2009, 10:11 AM   #4
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i was planning to take some additional shots to include floor and ceiling. and make it 1:2

but for now, i painted missing places to black and results are amazing! and i can also make it full screen in quicktime..

here is the result :

[quicktime=640,480]http://www.minyatur.info/misc/ev.mov[/quicktime]

thanks you so much!
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Note that you can set viewing limits when you generate the .mov file so that the viewing window cannot be shifted into the black parts. Also, when you shoot your images, use a specific white balance setting (sunny, cloudy etc.) and give each shot the same exposure (using manual exposure mode or auto exposure lock). This will improve the blending.


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