|Posted on Thursday, November 21, 2002 - 7:29 pm: |
Although this requires additional software - I feel PanoCube (www.panoshow.com/panocubeplus.htm) at $13 is acceptable.
1 - I 'stitch' using Panorama Factory & save the results as a TIFF.
2 - Use Photoshop to sharpen, add logos etc.
3 - Use PanoCube to convert the TIFF to a QTVR.
Note: although (as the name suggests) PanoCube converts cubic (equirectangular) images - it is fairly straighforward to get good results from 'non cubic' images...
Please contact me 'off forum' for these details.
|Posted on Sunday, December 29, 2002 - 9:44 pm: |
Well shouldnt it be possible to have this very nice feature in panoramafactory itself? Its also stictching, but without the overlap thingy .... Doesnt look difficult to edit the program...