Post Number: 3
|Posted on Monday, October 31, 2005 - 9:37 pm: |
Is there a fast and easy way of basically scrolling around a 360 degree image to pick the center before printing (without rearranging the order of the original photos and creating a new panorama or going into a photo editor and chopping the end off one end and sticking it on the other)?
Post Number: 217
|Posted on Tuesday, November 01, 2005 - 11:36 am: |
Unfortunately, The Panorama Factory doesn't provide a feature specifically designed for controlling print-image composition the way you described.
However, there is a multi-step method that you can use to avoid having to run a separate photo editor. This method also lets you increase the field of view a little beyond 360 if you want to put the same object on both ends of the panorama as "bookends". For example, in the Gallery photos Tipsy, you see the fence at both ends of the panorama.
Here is how to control image composition for printing:
- Select the thumbnail image for your panorama by single-clicking it.
- Select the Array command (New image menu). Enter the following values on the Array of images dialog box:
Repeat count: 2
This will create a new image consisting of two copies of the panorama end-to-end.
- Select Fit on screen (View menu) so that you can see the entire image.
- Use the Crop command to extract the portion of the image you want to print.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 - 5:42 pm: |
When I click on the thumbnail, when I am at the final stage (Learn More About page), all of the New image commands remain grayed out, so I can't invoke the Array command. What am I doing wrong? If I back up a page (7/7 Save & Print), there are no thunbnails to click on and the commands under New image are still all grayed out.
Post Number: 237
|Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 - 6:42 pm: |
To use the Classic interface (menu commands), simply the Wizard with the Done button. This will reveal the top row of thumbnails and enable the menu commands.