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Old Mar 21, 2009, 2:37 PM   #21
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ennacac wrote:
FWIW here is a different take on the same QTVR
Great this is something I have to try, QVTR shows your surroundings but here you keep the subject in the frame.


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Old Mar 21, 2009, 5:04 PM   #22
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Here is another program that I have found useful:



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Googling "QTvr software" (Quick Time virtual reality) amd "PTgui" (Panorama Tools graphic user interface) brings up a lot of information and alternatives (some free, some not) to QTvr, which it is claimed has not been updated in many years, but which looks by these examples to be just fine. PTgui looks like an exceptionally useful stitching program, not only for panoramas, but it costs a bit,
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Old Mar 21, 2009, 6:57 PM   #23
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Hi Ronny,

I just got this to work -- I've resisted installing a lot of add-ons in my most used Windoze installation, so didn't have QT, then I remembered that I have a dual boot system, and the other OS had all the add-ons installed.

This is really a great way to display a pano like this -- I've never been that interested in doing panos, but this is really different!

Thanks for posting this and the tutorial.

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