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[PanoToolsNG] Quicktime to HTML5

Hello, do you still have legacy QTVR sphericals that need to be converted to HTML5 but are too lazy like me? It was far more interesting for me to adopt my now 8 years old qtkrparse PHP script to krpano HTML5 viewer. So if you have PHP on your w

PanoTools NG - Erik Krause erik.krause@gmx.de [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Nov-12 13:53

[PanoToolsNG] NadirPatch.com VR photography online tools

Hi Friends Want to present online tool for easy and fast Nadir Patch. http://nadirpatch.com Look forward to hear feedback from WORLD EXPERTS Also tools for: Cube to Sphere Sphere to Cube Cube projection logo

PanoTools NG - Nadir Patch patchnadir@gmail.com [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Nov-04 01:29

[PanoToolsNG] enfuse question / using enfuse for median stacking to de-noise

hi all, i'm looking for some help from serious enfuse cracks here :-) besides its normal use case enfuse can be used for stacking astro photo sequences to reduce high ISO noise and remove unwanted elements like air planes, distant car lights and s

PanoTools NG - Thomas Bredenfeld mailinglist@bredenfeld.com [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Sep-13 11:55

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Equirectangular from sphere photos

Pano2VR by Garden Gnome Software ( http://ggnome.com/pano2vr ) allows you to do most format conversions. Scott Highton Author, Virtual Reality Photography Phone: (650) 592-5277 E-mail: #removed# Web: http://www.vrphotography.com -----

PanoTools NG - Scott Highton scott@highton.com [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Jun-08 16:50

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Equirectangular from sphere photos

Lots of tools out there will do this. Two I'm familiar with: PTGui and Pano2VR. Checkout their documentation for the details. Keith ________________________________ Twitter: @keithrobertson www.fachwen.org www.flickr.com/photos/fachwen/sets

PanoTools NG - Keith Robertson keith@fachwen.org [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Jun-08 10:20

[PanoToolsNG] Equirectangular from sphere photos

Hi all, Is there a simple process to create an equirectangular image from photos of a sphere? Thanks in advance, Philo ------------------------------------ Posted by: Philo ------------------------------------ -- Wiki: http://

PanoTools NG - Philo philohome2@free.fr [PanoToolsNG] - 16-Jun-08 09:26

[PanoToolsNG] Re: Adding Depth

Helmut, hello, Am i seeing right that you have the two cameras mounted directly above one another at a distance of 65mm? You talk about shifting the ?helper? camera horizontally, but then refer to the cameras as lower and upper . . . . I would like

PanoTools NG - Andras Frenyo andras@howdido.com [PanoToolsNG] - 16-May-27 14:56

[PanoToolsNG] Adding depth

It has long been one of my goals to add some kind of 3d-capability to panorama viewers. Here are some preliminary results and a viewer which can be downloaded for experiments. Two approaches are implemented. Both are based on the depth map of the s

PanoTools NG - der@fh-furtwangen.de [PanoToolsNG] - 16-May-20 21:12

[PanoToolsNG] Adding Depth

A couple of hours ago I made a post announcing my latest toy, a 3d-version of PTViewer, see my homepage for details: Sorry for doubleposting, if the original message reappears. Regards Helmut Dersch

PanoTools NG - der@fh-furtwangen.de [PanoToolsNG] - 16-May-20 20:32

[PanoToolsNG] Some coaching please re image overlap

Hi I have a project that I'm doing and would like some input please.. Basically I'm reworking a Fotodiox 35m to 4x5 adapter.. So to keep it simple I will end up shooting two rows of 4 ... so 8 images.. No rotation of the camera is involved here. So once t

PanoTools NG - mrjimbo2@wispwest.net [PanoToolsNG] - 16-May-18 15:43

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