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Old Sep 25, 2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Something I tried to compile over the weekend.
I couldn't spend much time on it, PLUS my computer gave up on the processing. I'll fix it into a cleaner version with time



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Old Sep 25, 2011, 5:12 PM   #2
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Great experiment !! I like this kind of things i hope you can fix it and have a clean result it will be really nice. I made a 360 with my fz35 but i dont know how to upload it because its .mov
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cool expiriment want to try it..keep it up
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Nice experiment xHassan, you have to improve this method!
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Old Sep 27, 2011, 11:24 AM   #5
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@Geoper

The thing that panasonic's software stitches together right? I don't like the way it executes stuff

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Dude, you inspired me on this one. Your shot on some forum

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I am trying :/
It's the fact that the same shutter, aperture, ISO end up in different colors with angles.... Parallax is the term I guess. That's being hard :/
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I get some pretty good results using Hugin- I stitched together some 30 images into a 360 pana and it did it without blinking....
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I am using Hugin for the stitching and Pano2QTVR to make the panorama into 360 in .mov format. Photonerd i have not tried 30 shots :P but i made one with 12 and it worked pretty good
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Can anyone tell me a software that would stitch in a plane?

Like the one I tried to make here
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Have you tried Hugin that we mentioned? Its the one i have used and i can recommend also its free so you can give it a try. It works really good for me, your project must be a little more challenging but you can try putting control points manually.

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